Roughnecks – 1.10.22

4 PAX @Chowdah @Cosmo @Ginsu @Bubba Gump @Hot Mic (Tribute)  made the easy decision to become better men by showing up at a Hot Mic Ruck beatdown on a crisp, chilly, breezy morning to start the week out right.F3 Purpose, Values, Mission.
Warm-o-Rama
  •  20 SSH in Cadence
  • 10 squats oyo
  • BACs
  • Moroccan Night Clubs
  • Back BACS
  • Willie Mays Hayes right, left, right, left
  • Runners Stretch left, center, right.
  • 10 Merkins OYO
The Thang: Don’t Hate the Q
 
Buy In – 1 loop (approx .6 mi) of the park including flag pole with Ruck directly into…AMRAP of the following for time remaining…
  • 10 Overhead Squats
  • 10 Ruck-on Push-Ups
  • 20 Overhead Lunges
  • 20 Ruck Sit-ups – sit on table bench, hook feet under the table, go down to parallel and back up
  • 30 Burpee Step-ups
  • 30 4-count flutter kicks
  • 40m Bear Crawl
  • 40m Crab Walk
Announcements:
  • See Slack Announcements channel
  • 2ND F meeting January 19th at Gary’s after #ao-primetime to discuss 2022 plan to visit Glacier National Park. Patagonia is being delayed till 2023. Please come out if interested.
Prayer Request:
  • @offsidies 2.0
  • @Cosmo to be intentional in his 31-day bible study on pursuing his M. Also, extra work this week for he and his M as in-laws are on vacation and the extra work that creates with 2.0s.
Mole Skin:
F3 does not subscribe to any particular faith but does ask you to believe in something or someone higher than yourself and that you respect the leading of the days Q. I am a Christian and I will close us out in that way.
Every year our church starts out with taking time to intentionally focus on connecting with God, being reliant and dependent on him. This has been very difficult for me this year. I have felt disconnected and struggling to pursue a deeper relationship with God, feeling I am doing it in my own strength. During my devotional time yesterday I opened up a study I had not looked at in a while and it was just what I needed to read. Hope you can find it encouraging as well.
Anytime we start a journey, there isn’t much point in determining where we want to go if we don’t know where we are.
 
We are all at different places on our spiritual journeys. Where are you? 
 
Maybe it’s been a while since you’ve thought about the answer to that question. Maybe it’s time to have an honest conversation with our heavenly Father and ourselves.
 
Paul Taylor Smith wrote a song called “Satisfied.” In the song, he makes this statement:
 
“There is nothing worth more than the love you have for me, God. I’m satisfied in you.”
 
David wrote something similar in Psalm 63, believing that nothing in this life was worth more than God’s love. I want this to be true of me. 
I have seen you in your sanctuary and gazed upon your power and glory. Your unfailing love is better than life itself; how I praise you! I will praise you as long as I live, lifting up my hands to you in prayer. You satisfy me more than the richest feast. I will praise you with songs of joy. Psalms 63:2-5 NLT
Take a few minutes and listen to Paul’s song. Then answer this question: “Am I satisfied in you, Jesus?” https://youtu.be/P_95AhmrZTY “It’s interesting how the remainder of the morning went. At church, the message was on abiding. How do we abide in God’s love? By remaining in the river. Often instead of just resting in what God wants to do for us we climb out of the water and try to do things on our own. It leads to frustration, emptiness, and dissatisfaction.
The challenge, when you recognize this is happening climb back in the river.
Take a knee.
I appreciate the opportunity to lead you men today, thank you for that privilege.
SYITG, Hot Mic Out!

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