Thank you for being a supporter of abmbworkouts.com. "...the strongest & most selfless Man in history cried then it's no reason that we won't."
The Weekly Word includes 3 elements.
1. My ‘Why’ behind the Verse chosen
2. How it relates to me personally throughout life in general and an exercising stand point.
3. An option for YOU to reflect in the same way I do whether you want to speak on both life and exercise or life by itself. The choice is always yours!
The ‘Why’ behind this weeks Verse:
I know you are a lot stronger than you may realize by making it to this point in your life. I just felt the need to express that to you as my dear supporter.
How It Relates to My Life:
As a man , in life we are groomed to hide our emotions. Suck it up , tough it out , don’t be “soft”, etc. While most women were in the school yard playing double dutch as girls , most of us men were on the school yard slap boxing , wrestling , & getting into actual rumbles. I say that to emphasize the fact that men, even as young kids are just taught to stay rough, push through everything, regardless of how we feel, don’t show it and if you do show your emotion , depending on what it is , it may come across as being weak. Then as we age , life hits us. Situations become different and it just comes a time where you let it all out. It’s usually behind closed doors but as I matured I realized some of the strongest people , cry & cry often. I know just from hearing it from a few and even behind closed doors myself I have my unseen moments. Just like I’m sure you do. All I’m saying is that if Jesus, the strongest & most selfless Man in history cried then it’s no reason that we won’t. We aren’t remotely close to being half the man He was and his spirit still gives me the strength to go on. So, if the one I rely on for my strength wept then I know it’s destined to be a part of my struggle, growth and even times with tears of triumph.
How It Relates to My Workouts:
I decided to keep this one sentimental. With that being said, I wanted this particular verse to solely relate to my life. Next, week I'll resume the "How it Relates to My Workouts" portion.