THE SCENE: Sunny, temp in 30’s
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
20 Side Straddle Hops, 10 Burpees, 10 Tempo Squats, 10 Windmills, 7 Baby Arm Circles Forward and Backward, 5 Wide Arm Circles Forward and Backward
Run to CMU pile. Each man grabs CMU. We will do the following exercises. Between the listed exercises each man runs to the benches at the playground to do 10 bench jumps, then runs back.
- 25 Overhead Presses
- 25 Curls
- 25 Rows
We then put CMUs back.
Mosey up cardiac and on trail to stop sign at intersection of park road and road to admin bldg. We will do 20 American Hammers and 20 Hello Dollies.
Mosey to bottom of Mt. Everest. We will do 10 Tempo Squats, 20 Bicycle Kicks and 30 Baby Crunches. We then run up Everest to roadway by Admin Bldg. We will do 20 Flutter Kicks.
Mosey to parking lot below stairs at Coliseum. We will do Doras. While one man does exercises the other runs upstairs, heads south at Coliseum, the comes back down the parking lot driveway. Partners then switch. Here are the exercises that each two man team performs:
- 100 Plank Jacks
- 100 Merkins
- 100 Big Boy Sit-ups
- 100 Squat Jumps
- 100 Imperial Walkers
Mosey down Picket’s Charge and back to Playground. More Flutter Kicks until everyone arrives.
Mosey to outfield by baseball field closest to CMU parking lot. We will split into two teams. We will play soccer/ball shoot. In this game there will be two large boxes at each end of the field. Teams will kick soccer ball toward opponents end. The shot at the box, however, must be made by man throwing ball to go inside the box. The man cannot move when he picks the ball up. If a team scores, that team will run to second base at the ballfield and back while the team that is scored on must run all the way to home plate and back. Then game resumes.
Mosey to AO.
20 Flutter Kicks
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
22 men, no FNGs.
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
God is Faithful
The phrase “you gotta have faith” is one you have probably heard before. I think that phrase often applies to having faith in ourselves, or having faith that things will work out, versus having faith in God. Still, most of us have certainly heard of our need to have faith in God to get by in this world. And, we do need to have faith in God. Yet, we often fall short of being faithful: in our trust of God, in our commitment to his desire for obedience, in living the loving and virtuous lifestyle that God expects from us. Fortunately, we have a God who is faithful to us. So much so that he was willing to, from the Christian standpoint, send his only Son to die for us on the cross. It is nice to know that we have a God who is faithful to us, who is there for us.
That knowledge of his faithfulness keeps us strong. I may have told some of you this story of my childhood. I was about age 5 or 6 and I had acted rather poorly toward my mother earlier that day. It was getting towards evening and I came home to find the door locked. No big deal, it was a policy to lock the door. I rang the door bell. No answer. I knocked on the door. No answer. I ran around to the back of the house. Door locked and no answer when I knocked. I ran back up front and after ringing and knocking, I went to our large front window and peered in. My mother was sitting on a chair in the living room. How could she not come to me when I was ringing the doorbell and knocking so loud? Had my mom stopped loving me because I had acted poorly that day? I called out and she didn’t come. I ran into the backyard and threw myself to the ground in tears. Imagine Little Lilydipper, crying until the snot was draining in fissures from his nose. I later heard my mom calling. I took a while to get up. She came to the backyard and found me in tears. She asked me what was wrong and I told her the story of my persistent knocking and her failure to come to me. She had been sitting at a chair sound asleep and had not heard me. She thought she heard a child crying and that was what woke her up.
My mother took pity on me as I was obviously distraught. So she sat with me, assured me that she would never leave me, would always have faith in me, that I would always be her special child, that I could count on her loving me forever. She and I went to get a hamburger and ice cream at Goff’s Burgers that evening. I loved that place because they had the best chili hamburgers in the world and amazing ice cream cones. I sat there at Goff’s with a special feeling in my heart. My mother would always be faithful to me.
Gents, we aren’t kids but it sure is good to know that God will always be faithful to us. We can count on Him. We may act poorly sometimes, we may upset him with our behavior. . . but we will always be His, we will always be special to Him. You are His precious child. Let that truth sink into you and give you that special feeling in your heart like I had that evening at good old Goff’s Hamburgers.
Prayers for those of Asian decent in our country because of the hatred that some have showed toward them; for the disenfranchised and folks who are not well and having to stay home; for Mr. Jinxy, Sarah, the wife of Ribbed, and Jan, the wife of Lillydipper; for Dung-Beetle who, as a minister, is working with so many in need, for those with Covid including the father of one of Mickey’s schoolmates, for those struggling with addiction, and that we may have discernment when watching the news as the news can be biased.
Beer ruck tonight at 6:00 pm!