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“Balance” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “balance” (wholeness) in our faith and following of Jesus.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may want to review some of the foundational articles and videos on W.A.I.T. … Continue reading

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Christian Music Videos on “Balance” (physical pictures of the Gospel)

As part of Music Mondays, the following Christian music videos and related Scriptures are provided to build up the Body of Christ for even greater joy and faith to follow Him.  You might also consider using them with “W.A.I.T. Training”, … Continue reading

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God balances (a 40-day devotional series)

(In 2017, I wrote this series for the 40 days prior to Easter to prepare our hearts and minds for the significance of Jesus’ resurrection.  I’m reposting the series now for the 40 days after Easter to encourage us to … Continue reading

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“Balance” – physical and spiritual fitness in Christ

BALANCE – “True fitness is holistic” (Deuteronomy 6:5-9, Proverbs 30:7-9, Luke 10:27, 1 Corinthians 6:12-20, Ephesians 4:15-16, 1 Timothy 5:23) God calls us to live for Him in every area of our lives. See Deuteronomy 6:5-9 and Luke 10:27, for … Continue reading

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Exercising the Body of Christ through “Balance” (a teaching video)

The video below illustrates one of 24 metaphors of physical fitness in Scripture that illustrate spiritual fitness in Christ. The goal is to use different venues of exercise – jogging, light weight-lifting, hiking, spin classes, and many other settings – … Continue reading

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“Balance” poster

This full color, 8″x10″ JPG is one in a series of twenty-four. It is designed to be framed for your home, office, etc. to promote meditation on Scripture and discussion of the biblical principles outlined in “W.A.I.T. training”, which you … Continue reading

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“Sacrifice” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “sacrifice”:  because “no” could save your life.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may want to review some of the foundational articles and videos on W.A.I.T. training and … Continue reading

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“Reward” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “reward”:  keep your eyes on the prize.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may want to review some of the foundational articles and videos on W.A.I.T. training and … Continue reading

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“Partners” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “partners”:  we need each other.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may want to review some of the foundational articles and videos on W.A.I.T. training and specific posts … Continue reading

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“Pain” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “pain”:  leaving the comfort zone.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may want to review some of the foundational articles and videos on W.A.I.T. training and specific posts … Continue reading

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“Maturity” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “maturity”:  how and why to measure our spiritual progress.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may want to review some of the foundational articles and videos on W.A.I.T. … Continue reading

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“Instinct” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “instinct”:  we may need to listen to that still, small voice, but it very much depends on whose voice it is.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may … Continue reading

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“Initiative” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “initiative”, because real progress starts with simply getting started.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may want to review some of the foundational articles and videos on W.A.I.T. … Continue reading

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“Fuel” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “fuel”:  input generally determines output.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may want to review some of the foundational articles and videos on W.A.I.T. training and specific posts … Continue reading

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“Form” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “form”:  it is how and why we play that counts.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may want to review some of the foundational articles and videos on … Continue reading

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“Flexibility” (suggested applications)

The following is related to an earlier devotional post on “balance” (wholeness) in our faith and following of Jesus.  If you’re not familiar with this series, you may want to review some of the foundational articles and videos on W.A.I.T. … Continue reading

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Jesus after Easter (a 50-day series), “Lord, show us which of these two…”

Most of us long for miracles.  And Jesus’ perfect life, death on sinners’ behalf as the fulfillment of Passover, and His physical resurrection prove that He is willing and able to meet our greatest needs:  complete forgiveness and a new … Continue reading

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Jesus after Easter (a 50-day series), “…ALL the things…”

Most of us long for miracles.  And Jesus’ perfect life, death on sinners’ behalf as the fulfillment of Passover, and His physical resurrection prove that He is willing and able to meet our greatest needs:  complete forgiveness and a new … Continue reading

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“Allow me to introduce myself…”

When you meet someone for the first time, what do you say about yourself, other than your name?  If we just moved into the area, we might say where we live or where we’re working.  If we’re in school, we … Continue reading

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“Draining the Swamp”

The following is one in a series of weekly non-religious articles on current events.  The articles do not support or criticize the events or positions.  Rather, my intent is to strengthen readers as leaders (parents, supervisors, coaches, mentors, etc.) in … Continue reading

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2 Corinthians 4:7-18, Exercising the Body of Christ

Here’s another example of how you can use Scripture to strengthen your spiritual, physical, and relational fitness in the Body of Christ.  It’s one of several training videos and other supports for the W.A.I.T Training program in the weekly series … Continue reading

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Jeremiah 9:23-24, “Exercising love as a whole person”

Here’s another example of how you can use physical exercise to also strengthen your spiritual and relational fitness in the Body of Christ.  It’s one of several training videos and other supports in W.A.I.T Training and part of “Workout Wednesdays”. … Continue reading

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“Genes” – born to . . .

“I was built for comfort, not for speed.” Maybe you’ve heard someone say that when joking about their physique. Maybe they said it because they were truly content with their body shape, or maybe they were trying to avoid talking … Continue reading

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