THE SCENE: Clear skies, 51 degrees F, 90% humidity
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
SSH, Glute marches, Baby arm circles (forward/backward), Imperial squat walkers.
Length of grinder jog, Bernie, skip, and karaoke.
Partner up. #1 overhead CMU carry toward Mt. Crumpit by way of the fountain. #2 does 5, WWII sit-ups, runs to catch #2 and overhead carries CMU while #1 does 5, WWII sit-ups. Continue to alternate until reaching the base of Mt. Crumpit.
At Mt. Crumpit #1 run up to back side of tree, performs 3 burpees, and runs down to pick up where #2 left off on the following exercise reps.
100 CMU Squat thrusts
300 OH CMU Flutter kicks (single count)
200 One arm dead lifts (alternate arms after 10x)
200 Bent rows
When time requires, return to AO with OH CMU carry/WWII sit-ups described above.
Glute marches, Box cutters, LBCs.
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
Today we spent time on “voliltion.” What got me thinking about it was a photo on social media that I saved a few years ago. It was a picture of the football field with Army and Navy playing. The caption said something about it being the only game that day where every player on that field was willing to die for me and my freedom. I also thought of my son-in-law, Travis. During one of his 8 tours of duty he received the Bronze Star for Valor because he chose to live by the Ranger creed to leave no man behind, put himself in harms way, and drag his wounded teammate to safety. Sua Sponte! I mentioned one of the last scenes of the movie, Saving Private Ryan, when Captain John Miller (a Ranger) tells Private Ryan to “earn this.” This disappointed many Army Rangers because they believe that a Ranger would not say something like that. Rangers don’t expect their service to be “earned”, there service is their own volition. Sua Sponte!
We celebrated Christ this past week. He chose to obey his Father on His own volition. Yes, in His prayer in the garden He did ask if there was some other way to accomplish His mission but he always came back to say that He would do the will of His Father. Jesus didn’t ask us to earn it. He did it by choice so that our sins would be forgiven, we would be declared justified in God’s eyes, and redemption could be ours. We don’t have to earn it. We only need to repent, profess Christ, obey, and follow. Not easy, but at least we know the way to everlasting joy and peace.
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