Murph Monday – 10.12.2020

9 got Murphy with it this Monday morning
@Chowdah @Heidi @Tiny Dancer @Dizzy Gillespie @Doggy Doo @Rudolph @Heidi @Peewee @Pancreas 2Buck visiting from CA
Run 1 mile
20 sets (partitioned)
5 pull-ups
10 Merkins
15 squats
Run 1 mile
PeeWee – fast
Rudolph – also fast
Tiny Dancer – 37:15 with ruck miles
Heidi – 49:19 FULL MURPH!
Round of applause to:
@Rudolph hauled on mile 1. Probably just over 6:00
@Doggy Doo pushed through both miles, which is the longest distance since high school
@Heidi completed his first full Murph, completing ALL pull-ups and each set of 5 without stopping
@Chowdah for pushing his limits on pull-ups
2Buck for attempting his first Murph and pushing his limits with time zone change, headache, and adjusting to TN humidity
Again, super proud for all of you for showing up and pushing yourselves. There’s probably more than I’m aware of.
@Rudolph Q Fort Pain on Wednesday
@Dizzy Gillespie is on Q Sat @ Armory
Warpath on 10/17. @Rudolph is planning to go. Talk with him if you’re interested.
Gauntlet is 10/31 in Nolensville and a few of us may go. Let it be known if you want to clown car.
Prayer requests:
@Dizzy Gillespie Prayers for former Sales Manager’s family who are grieving his death.
@Tiny Dancer’s M’s friend in financial distress. Wisdom for TD and M for how to handle.
@Rudolph’s 2.0 Jude having tonsil surgery on Wed
2Buck, for God’s direction and provision in moving out of CA.
Jesus said, “Not so with you. Instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be your slave – just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” Matthew 20:26-28
As one who struggles with pride and selfishness, the example of Jesus as the ultimate suffering servant and servant leader is inspiring to me. Striving for humility each day is a constant goal.
In my relationships with others I often selfishly ask, “what’s in it for me?”, and I’m reminded by the Lord either to stop asking that question, or (perhaps even more importantly) realize that pleasing the Lord is what’s in it for me, not pleasing people or getting something in return from others. And serving joyfully with a grateful heart is also a mark of a servant leader that I want to exemplify. 
Men, let’s all strive to encourage each other in this style of servant leadership that Jesus modeled for us!
SYITG, Pancreas

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