Learn God’s Ways

Today’s word is “learn.” During my resistance workout today, I had to take a quick one minute rest.  I looked around and saw the banners that were displayed around the room.  When I saw the word “learn,” I immediately thought of some of the things that I have learned in the last two months.  I cannot believe that today is the first of April and in seventeen days we will be participating in the 5K “Run for Fun.”  I have learned the importance of making my health a real priority.  God expects me to awaken every morning and seek His wisdom on how to keep “wellness” at the center of my life.  I have learned that I have to have a “plan” for wellness and I need to execute that “plan.” I am working hard to create more variety in my workouts so that I can sustain this life change.  I have learned that I can ask others for help and advice.  I know so little about the equipment at the gym.  I had such a serious fear of the elliptical “machines” that I was afraid to climb “aboard” without supervision.  I have learned that it is okay to push myself in order to reach new fitness goals.  I am not ready to run a marathon, but I am almost ready to run a 5K.  I am so thankful that God has encouraged me along this journey.  Psalm 25:4-5 explains that God will teach us and lead us: “Make me to know your ways, O Lord; teach me your paths. Lead me in your truth and teach me, for you are the God of my salvation; for you I wait all the day long.”  I pray that all of us will remain teachable and learn the lessons that God wants us to learn.  Blessings, Linda

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