The TRAPP – 6.17.21

With @Kwame on the mend from his hamstring, @Three’s Company was the substitute teacher who did his best Kwame impersonation to lead a bunch of brave souls that woke up early to get their trail run on.

22 PAX: @Winger (Bill Diebenow), @Peewee, @Procter, @Timeshare, @Jalisco, @Pancreas, @Kwame (aka three’s company for a day), @Soul Glo, @Chowdah, @Jalisco, @Cross-Stitch, @Heidi, @2Buck, @Billy Madison, @Blackout, @Bogo, @MapQuest, @Baby Gap, @Night Light, @Veronica, @Corncob, and YHC @Three’s Company

A few strides across the field to warm up.
Challenged the PAX to set a PR on the segment from the post to sunrise hill.
Side straddle hops on sunrise hill waiting on the 6. Enjoy the sunrise!
From sunrise hill, we headed to the trail. Everyone ran for 15 minutes out, then turned around for a 20 minute run back to the parking lot.  Time!

See Slack

Prayer Requests
@Chowdah’s M.  Doctor appointment this morning to get results from recent tests.  Praying for some answers and how he can best support his M.
@MapQuest.  Going through a stressful time right now at work.
@Soul Glo. Oldest 2.0 Jackson dealing with some not-so-kind neighborhood kids.

Jerry Bridges
From his book The Pursuit of Holiness
“A farmer plows his field, sows his seed, and fertilizes and cultivates—all the while knowing that in the final analysis he is utterly dependent on forces outside of himself. He knows he cannot cause the seed to germinate, nor can he produce the rain and sunshine for growing and harvesting the crop. For the successful harvest, he is dependent on these things from God.

Yet the farmer knows that unless he diligently pursues his responsibilities to plow, plant, fertilize, and cultivate, he cannot expect a harvest at the end of the season. In a sense he is in partnership with God, and he will reap its benefits only when he has fulfilled his responsibilities.
Farming is a joint venture between God and the farmer. The farmer cannot do what God must do, and God will not do what the farmer should do.
We can say just as accurately that the pursuit of holiness is a joint venture between God and the Christian. No one can attain any degree of holiness without God working in his life, but just as surely no one will attain it without effort on his own part. God has made it possible for us to walk in holiness. But He has given to us the responsibility of doing the walking; He does not do that for us.”

We have to do our part and pursue holiness as outlined in the Bible to have the most fulfilling life that is pleasing to God.
Have a great day gentlemen.
Three’s Kwampany OUT! 

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