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Commit this passage to memory: "Everything is permissible for me”—but not everything is beneficial. “Everything is permissible for me”—but I will not be mastered by anything...Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; 20 you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your body." (1 Corinthians 6:12, 19-20)
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"It's not necessarily what you achieve in life that matters most. It's who you become in the process of those achievements - that really matters." (Curtis Martin)
Every day I get blessed by CrossFit Faith and our Lord. Thank you so much for the inspiration every morning. Yesterday I wore my tshirt to the gym and people were reading my shirt 1 Cor 10:31. They were Looking at me and I am very proud to be a Christian, to show and exemplify Christ in my life. Jesus rocks!!ReplyDelete
We look around at society and see people not honoring God with their bodies, we see gluttony and greed and selfishness. We need to see more caring and taking time out for others and smiling more to show others Christ in our lives. When we do that, people want to know why we are so joyful and happy, it is because Jesus lives in our hearts and our lives every minute of every day. Thank you CrossFit faith for the reminder and the daily scriptures.
Just got turned on to your site by a believing friend who was a competitor at the CF Games....very cool site y'all! Hard Exercise Works loves what you're doing and that you're serving our Lord by honoring him in this manner. Keep up the good work...ReplyDelete
I love the comments! to know that Crossfitters realize there is more to Crossfit than bodily exercise. it is so encouraging to my faith to hear from you all or "y'all". okay Crossfit OC where are you :) thanks again, Chip et al for the daily opportunity to express our faith and the challenge to live Godly!ReplyDelete
Great testimony and reminder of doing whatever we do with a greater purpose in mind. I am not a football fan and have no idea who Curtis Martin is and what he has achieved. However, it is obvious that he has a passion for Christ and is serving as a role model. Thanks for sharing. This really made me think about whether or not I am doing enough in my role with the responsibility God has given me.ReplyDelete
Such an amazing testimony! A true disciple who understands that its not about himself, but that it's about HIM :)ReplyDelete