Happy Wednesday Y’all! Fam, I truly hope you watched that message from Pastor Steven Furtick yesterday. If not, click here to be blessed today. Just to keep the blessings flowing, Pastor SF shared this memorable clip below from a sermon last year, it’s great and it really lifted my mood today. So go ahead and give this a listen as well.
Our Song of the Day, is a great sleeper track from a group that puts out a truly unique sound and vibe. Every song I have heard from this great trio, Local Sound, on Spotify’s new release music has been different, fun, hip and a solid tribute to the King of Kings. Their newest EP, The Free World, has five amazing tracks, anchored with this title track.
20Though you have not seen him, you love him; and even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy, for you are receiving the end result of your faith, the salvation of your souls. (1 Peter 1:8, 9)
As much as I loved James for pushing his audience to live a life like Jesus through their good works, I love Peter for his devotion to his beloved savior. Peter wastes no time pointing out the importance of our love for Christ and how that faith is the blueprint to our salvation. It is the cornerstone for you to build your mansion in the clouds, built brick-by-brick from each good work you produce in your life. Do not ever let your faith waver, because your faith is the main ingredient to a recipe for eternal salvation and endless joy and grace.
Reading plan: 1 Peter 5:1-10
Deeper reading plan: Joel 3:17-21
Prayer and meditation: Pray for our country. Pray for love to conquer all. Pray for peace and common sense to infect the minds of Americans. Pray for civility and calm in these last two weeks leading to the election. Pray for revival that is permanent and world changing.
Fitness challenge: Day 51-51 Reps
- Hand-release Push-up
- Jumping squat
- Leg lift
Run: Wednesday is our sprint work-out. Back to ladder work!
½ mile warm-up
100, 200, 300, 400, 600, 800, 600, 400, 300, 200, 100
½ mile cool-down