Opening prayers and pre-workout mumble chatter.
20 IC- LBAC fwd
6/21/17- a husband, father, runner, friend, F3 Brother of Lexington, John *Cheech* Flanagan, left this earthly world for a eternal one in heaven. The legacy he left has greatly impacted the community he was part of.
The men of Detention honored him in the best way possible- leaving it all out there. Cheech would have been 42 this year. So the PAX got 4 exercises, 42 reps each, 4 laps, 4 times.
42 squats/42 merkins/42 LBC’s/42 iron crosses- lap 1
42 squats/42 merkins/42 LBC’s/42 flutter kicks 2ct- lap 2
42 squats/42 merkins/42 LBC’s/42 toe taps- lap 3
42 squats/42 merkins/42 LBC’s/42 monkey humpers- lap 4
Stomp The Swamp_ https://www.strictlyrunning.com/gpuilreg-8l.asp
F3 Wingbat (deployed)
F3 No Show (surgery)
F3 Deebo daughter-Savannah (#childhoodcancer)
How obvious it is that life has a meaning – and we need to discover the meaning for ourself. And when we die, everything we own or did becomes useless unless it brought value and joy to others. So, your legacy is all that really matters in the end. Did you help others? Did you give encouragement and hope to others? It’s not really about money
Psalm 112 “The Lord blesses everyone who worships him and gladly obeys his teachings. Their descendants will have great power in the land, because the Lord blesses all who do right”
To leave a godly legacy, we must focus on living life God’s way. Someone has wisely said, “The test of your leadership is not while you are living. It comes after you are gone. Then what will people do with what you gave them?”
The way we live now and the choices we make today affect those around us. Our legacies live on the lives of others. Proverbs 22: 1 says “a good reputation and respect are worth much more than silver and gold”