I didn’t get out to run this morning on account of the my daughter keeping us up a lot the night before. The alarm went off and I was just so tired I need some sleep to make it through the day. I decided to get my run in tonight and i was glad I still got it in today. I didn’t spend much time thinking or “talking”, I just focused on listening to the worship music. It really felt great. It was supposed to be an easy, slower, run but it just ended up being a bit more of a faster comfortable run. I’m still seriously considering doing the #GroundhogDayMarathon coming this February. I’d love to be able to represent #HWI at that run,…
No PR today on my long tempo run but the but I also don’t feel like I over did it either so that helps me to know I could still push myself to a faster pace or keep up that pace for a longer time/distance. Unfortunately this morning was one of those where my mind got totally lost in the run itself. I have days like those and while I enjoy the running I also want to be taking that time listen to God and lift others up to Him. #HWI #HessLakeRun #GRMarathon #Run4Water Donate To Clean Water
“When you open your Bible, God opens His mouth…God will speak to you. Then God will speak through you.” – Draw the Circle: The 40 Day Prayer Challenge by Mark Batterson
How often are we “too busy” to listen to our children? How often do we let our personal agendas, attitudes, or being tired let us get frustrated and angry with our children? I’m sure that we all have our moments. And I’m pretty sure we’ve all had to deal with frustrating people in our lives, other than our children. If we want to have a relationship with our children that has a solid foundation then we need to do more but listening and curb the frustration and anger. Understand this, my dear brothers and sisters: You must all be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to get angry. – James 1:19 NLT https://bible.com/bible/116/jas.1.19.NLT
MARRIAGE-BOOSTER Give your spouse fifteen minutes in which your mouth is having a break and your ears are fully open.
“Try to always keep your counterpart’s situation in your mind when you are having an emotionally loaded conversation.” – Refresh Your Marriage In 31 Days Pride leads to conflict; those who take advice are wise. – Proverbs 13:10 NLT