• When: 2020-07-23
  • QIC: Lego
  • The PAX: Lego, Soaker, Coon Dog, Ram Rod, Cheers


Shawshank Learns About Coordination

THE WEATHER: 120% Humidity at 5:30 in the morning.  I love SC Weather

THE THANG:

Partner up.  Coon Dog and Soaker in one Group.  Lego, Ram Rod, and Cheers in another group.  Mosey to the block pile.  One man bear crawls 25 paces while other Partner overhead carries block.  Flap Jack until we get back to picnic shelter.

Partner #1 will jump rope for 100 reps.  Partner #2 will have two exercises on the white board.  He will do 10 reps of each exercise. Rinse and Repeat until Partner #1 reaches 100.  Flap Jack. Three man group will do 70 reps of Jump Rope while other two does exercise.

Continue with same process moving down White Board until all exercises are covered.

Incline / Decline Merkins 10 Reps each

Squats / Lunges 10 reps each Leg

Flutter Kicks (4 Count) / Iron Cross  10 reps

Curls / Tricep Extensions 10 reps

Box Jump Burpee / Overhead Press 10 reps

Table Jumps

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Putting together teams for 9/11 Memorial Run

PRAYERS:

Notebook goes for Surgery on July 28 for lip cancer.  DM YHC to sign up for prayer chain

Hash N Rice and family as they recover from Corona

Hoist recovers from broke ankle

Coon Dog has a new niece and a new daughter in 4 weeks.

prayer for Shawshank Pax that have not posted in a while.

Soaker’s Coworker and family died in accident.  Surviving 14 year old son Jacob

DEVO:

PSALM 128:1-2

Blessed are all who fear the LORD, who walk in his ways.  You will eat the fruit of your labor, blessings and prosperity will be yours.

In Biblical writings, this is what is known as Wisdom Literature.  In other words, this is not a mathematical equation.  If you do this and that, you will have a prosperous life.  Instead, Wisdom Literature means even though there are no guarantees in life, if you do this, you will set yourself up to be in the best place to experience the best that God has to offer. So, what is the recipe?  “Blessed are all who fear the Lord.” That means what?

PROVERBS 1:7

The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction.

Fear the Lord; this does not mean be afraid of Him.  In other words, respect for, in awe of. An understanding and acceptance that HE knows more than you do about how best to live your life.  Fear of means a desire to find out what He would want you to do and the steadfast willingness to do it.

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