I wonder where that inner athlete was all those years ago?? I was the last girl on the track running, I believe I was doing the 800 meter run, everyone had finished and I still had half a lap to go. I think I walked it. Embarrassed and feeling like a failure I crossed the finish line in physical and emotional pain. I do not have to be embarrassed now.
|fixing to run 2nd 5k|
I can run 5ks. I can push myself. I can eat healthy. I can have cheat days and get right back on track. I am thankful that I went to that casting call and went through that process. I know that He who began a good work in me, will carry it on. (See Philippians 1:6)
Just like I have discovered that I can be strong physically, God continues to teach me that I can be strong emotionally and spiritually. The link below is a song that is fitting in my journey and I think it will always be. We are never finished this side of eternity.
If I keep allowing God to clean this ole house then I am on the right track and there is peace in that.
Athlete is defined according to Webster as a person who is trained or skilled in exercises, sports, or games requiring physical strength, agility, or stamina.
Daily life requires this as well. Allowing God to clean our houses requires this.
I hope you let your inner athlete out!
Just breath and put on foot in front of the other.