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Good Afternoon

I would first like to apologize to anyone that I have hurt with my words and actions. In particular, Lisa Lisa I would like to apologize to you.

Second, I would like to thank the AC that posted his vision thread back in December. Thank you, it was your message of love and forgiveness that drove me back towards God. Your words gave me the courage to forgive the person I overlooked the most, myself.

Third, I would like to thank Neim. Your threads have opened up my eyes and have enriched my spiritual life in ways you cannot imagine.

Identifying Your Gifts to Glorify God
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Three years ago I was an emotional and physical train wreck. I was taking medicine for anxiety, depression, and doctors wanted me to go on high blood pressure medication. I was in my mid thirties at that time, and the thought of being on blood pressure medication scared the crap out of me. I weighed 250, had a forty waist, and got winded by the least amount of physical activity. I was so embarrassed and ashamed when I took me sons to the pool, I would wear pants and a shirt, and then go home and feast on more Zingers. My life reached the ultimate low. I knew I couldn't diet, and exercise that wasn't the answer. I prayed, hadn't prayed for years, went to church every week, but never really prayed. I asked God to help me, well actually I begged Him.

That night I had a dream that I was running on my treadmill, yeah I owned one five years old but it was brand new if you know what I mean, but the treadmill was in church. The next morning I woke up, put on my shoes, and oh what a pitiful and pathetic start it was, one eight of a mile only, but I never looked back. By the winter I was logging 50-60 miles a week, had lost eighty pounds, was off all medicine, and felt the best both inside and out then I ever had. In the summer of 2011 I ran in a 10K, my first race ever, and took first place for my age group. Well I was the only one in my age group, but I finished sixth overall.

Fast forward to this past December when my life was completely turned upside down. My wife announced she wanted a divorce, and my life hit an all time low. I had drifted from God, and had become so self absorbed because I felt great, and I was intoxicated by my own looks. I was in love with myself. Once again I reached out for God, several times. I came across a wonderfully profound post on GLP, about a vision. I prayed that night and cried my tears out. I brought all my transgressions to Him, many which cost me my marriage, and asked Him for forgiveness. That night I had a dream of the day three years ago when I asked for His help.

The next morning I woke up, enjoyed a cup of coffee, and thought about my dream. I knew then I had never thanked God for the incredible gift he gave me, running. The whole time I was running I built up mileage very fast, endurance very fast, decreased my mile time very fast. Never once have I been nagged with injury. In fact no matter how hard I pushed my legs, and believe me there were times when I came home and had to wrap my legs with ace bandages they were so sore. Guess what, in the morning my legs were always refreshed, always ready to go. More importantly, I realized that not once did I work on my relationship with Him, in fact the better I became as a runner the more I turned my back on Him.

I have only been running a few months, seven weeks exact, and i am logging six miles consistently.Not bad considering i took almost the entire year of 2012 off. Today I run to bring Glory to God. Before every run and after I offer Him thanks for the gift He gave to me. With every step and mile logged, it acknowledges His love for me, and in turn shows Him my love. There are days which I don't want to run, but I do, because He never gave up on me, he never once stopped loving me. I run today with my ears open to Him, and it is often when I am running, not praying or reading the scriptures, that I feel the closest to Him. God has given all of us gifts, it is how we utilize these gifts which count. Do we glorify Him, or do we bring glory to ourselves?
But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith Yahweh, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people.
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AWESOME POST! THANK YOU!
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AWESOME POST! THANK YOU!
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Your welcome I am glad you enjoyed it
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This is awesome. To be in a state of thanksgiving at least once a day is something that is truly life changing. We take so much for granted here when we really have little to no control in this life. Be thankful everyday for just one person, ability, or thing or simply living. You do not have to get down on your knees and pray, just open up your heart and tell God how you really feel. He will communicate back to you in ways that are unique to you. That is the beauty of God, He speaks in so many ways to His children. It sounds sappy I know, but it is true.

For all those still on the edge or in denial, just try it. Unfortunately in today's world, it is through suffering we realize God has always been with us, and we have been those who have pushed Him aside. Stop prolonging your inner turmoil and suffering. Open up to your Father. He has and will continue to always love you, it is a promise He made to all of us before we came into this world. He will never give up on you. I know that people who believe in God here all sound kind of cheesy when speaking about our Lord, but it is simply out of love we come here to urge all to get to know God.
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This is awesome. To be in a state of thanksgiving at least once a day is something that is truly life changing. We take so much for granted here when we really have little to no control in this life. Be thankful everyday for just one person, ability, or thing or simply living. You do not have to get down on your knees and pray, just open up your heart and tell God how you really feel. He will communicate back to you in ways that are unique to you. That is the beauty of God, He speaks in so many ways to His children. It sounds sappy I know, but it is true.

For all those still on the edge or in denial, just try it. Unfortunately in today's world, it is through suffering we realize God has always been with us, and we have been those who have pushed Him aside. Stop prolonging your inner turmoil and suffering. Open up to your Father. He has and will continue to always love you, it is a promise He made to all of us before we came into this world. He will never give up on you. I know that people who believe in God here all sound kind of cheesy when speaking about our Lord, but it is simply out of love we come here to urge all to get to know God.
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Thank you for your comments, and you are absolutely correct. Before every run, once I open the door and before steeping outside, I verbally express myself out loud, "Thank you God for this incredible gift, might it bring you glory today." The dialogue changes, but being thankful does not. My acknowledgment of His gift to me has been one of the most powerful spiritually transforming actions. During runs scriptures come to mind, and He helps me with interpretation. He is our Father, and loves all of us. The only things He ask for is our love and obedience, that is it. Really simple when you think about.

Thanks again for stopping by.
But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith Yahweh, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people.
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Yeah, I enjoyed reading that. We all have things to be thankful for.
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Good Afternoon

I would first like to apologize to anyone that I have hurt with my words and actions. In particular, Lisa Lisa I would like to apologize to you.

Second, I would like to thank the AC that posted his vision thread back in December. Thank you, it was your message of love and forgiveness that drove me back towards God. Your words gave me the courage to forgive the person I overlooked the most, myself.

Third, I would like to thank Neim. Your threads have opened up my eyes and have enriched my spiritual life in ways you cannot imagine.

Identifying Your Gifts to Glorify God
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Three years ago I was an emotional and physical train wreck. I was taking medicine for anxiety, depression, and doctors wanted me to go on high blood pressure medication. I was in my mid thirties at that time, and the thought of being on blood pressure medication scared the crap out of me. I weighed 250, had a forty waist, and got winded by the least amount of physical activity. I was so embarrassed and ashamed when I took me sons to the pool, I would wear pants and a shirt, and then go home and feast on more Zingers. My life reached the ultimate low. I knew I couldn't diet, and exercise that wasn't the answer. I prayed, hadn't prayed for years, went to church every week, but never really prayed. I asked God to help me, well actually I begged Him.

That night I had a dream that I was running on my treadmill, yeah I owned one five years old but it was brand new if you know what I mean, but the treadmill was in church. The next morning I woke up, put on my shoes, and oh what a pitiful and pathetic start it was, one eight of a mile only, but I never looked back. By the winter I was logging 50-60 miles a week, had lost eighty pounds, was off all medicine, and felt the best both inside and out then I ever had. In the summer of 2011 I ran in a 10K, my first race ever, and took first place for my age group. Well I was the only one in my age group, but I finished sixth overall.

Fast forward to this past December when my life was completely turned upside down. My wife announced she wanted a divorce, and my life hit an all time low. I had drifted from God, and had become so self absorbed because I felt great, and I was intoxicated by my own looks. I was in love with myself. Once again I reached out for God, several times. I came across a wonderfully profound post on GLP, about a vision. I prayed that night and cried my tears out. I brought all my transgressions to Him, many which cost me my marriage, and asked Him for forgiveness. That night I had a dream of the day three years ago when I asked for His help.

The next morning I woke up, enjoyed a cup of coffee, and thought about my dream. I knew then I had never thanked God for the incredible gift he gave me, running. The whole time I was running I built up mileage very fast, endurance very fast, decreased my mile time very fast. Never once have I been nagged with injury. In fact no matter how hard I pushed my legs, and believe me there were times when I came home and had to wrap my legs with ace bandages they were so sore. Guess what, in the morning my legs were always refreshed, always ready to go. More importantly, I realized that not once did I work on my relationship with Him, in fact the better I became as a runner the more I turned my back on Him.

I have only been running a few months, seven weeks exact, and i am logging six miles consistently.Not bad considering i took almost the entire year of 2012 off. Today I run to bring Glory to God. Before every run and after I offer Him thanks for the gift He gave to me. With every step and mile logged, it acknowledges His love for me, and in turn shows Him my love. There are days which I don't want to run, but I do, because He never gave up on me, he never once stopped loving me. I run today with my ears open to Him, and it is often when I am running, not praying or reading the scriptures, that I feel the closest to Him. God has given all of us gifts, it is how we utilize these gifts which count. Do we glorify Him, or do we bring glory to ourselves?
 Quoting: ParadigmShift


Thank you for your post, very inspiring.

There are many ways to pray, many ways to know God and many ways to express god in life.

Bless you.

hf
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Yeah, I enjoyed reading that. We all have things to be thankful for.
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I am glad you liked it, and yes no matter who we are there are things no matter the situation to be thankful for

hf
But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith Yahweh, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people.
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Good Afternoon

I would first like to apologize to anyone that I have hurt with my words and actions. In particular, Lisa Lisa I would like to apologize to you.

Second, I would like to thank the AC that posted his vision thread back in December. Thank you, it was your message of love and forgiveness that drove me back towards God. Your words gave me the courage to forgive the person I overlooked the most, myself.

Third, I would like to thank Neim. Your threads have opened up my eyes and have enriched my spiritual life in ways you cannot imagine.

Identifying Your Gifts to Glorify God
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Three years ago I was an emotional and physical train wreck. I was taking medicine for anxiety, depression, and doctors wanted me to go on high blood pressure medication. I was in my mid thirties at that time, and the thought of being on blood pressure medication scared the crap out of me. I weighed 250, had a forty waist, and got winded by the least amount of physical activity. I was so embarrassed and ashamed when I took me sons to the pool, I would wear pants and a shirt, and then go home and feast on more Zingers. My life reached the ultimate low. I knew I couldn't diet, and exercise that wasn't the answer. I prayed, hadn't prayed for years, went to church every week, but never really prayed. I asked God to help me, well actually I begged Him.

That night I had a dream that I was running on my treadmill, yeah I owned one five years old but it was brand new if you know what I mean, but the treadmill was in church. The next morning I woke up, put on my shoes, and oh what a pitiful and pathetic start it was, one eight of a mile only, but I never looked back. By the winter I was logging 50-60 miles a week, had lost eighty pounds, was off all medicine, and felt the best both inside and out then I ever had. In the summer of 2011 I ran in a 10K, my first race ever, and took first place for my age group. Well I was the only one in my age group, but I finished sixth overall.

Fast forward to this past December when my life was completely turned upside down. My wife announced she wanted a divorce, and my life hit an all time low. I had drifted from God, and had become so self absorbed because I felt great, and I was intoxicated by my own looks. I was in love with myself. Once again I reached out for God, several times. I came across a wonderfully profound post on GLP, about a vision. I prayed that night and cried my tears out. I brought all my transgressions to Him, many which cost me my marriage, and asked Him for forgiveness. That night I had a dream of the day three years ago when I asked for His help.

The next morning I woke up, enjoyed a cup of coffee, and thought about my dream. I knew then I had never thanked God for the incredible gift he gave me, running. The whole time I was running I built up mileage very fast, endurance very fast, decreased my mile time very fast. Never once have I been nagged with injury. In fact no matter how hard I pushed my legs, and believe me there were times when I came home and had to wrap my legs with ace bandages they were so sore. Guess what, in the morning my legs were always refreshed, always ready to go. More importantly, I realized that not once did I work on my relationship with Him, in fact the better I became as a runner the more I turned my back on Him.

I have only been running a few months, seven weeks exact, and i am logging six miles consistently.Not bad considering i took almost the entire year of 2012 off. Today I run to bring Glory to God. Before every run and after I offer Him thanks for the gift He gave to me. With every step and mile logged, it acknowledges His love for me, and in turn shows Him my love. There are days which I don't want to run, but I do, because He never gave up on me, he never once stopped loving me. I run today with my ears open to Him, and it is often when I am running, not praying or reading the scriptures, that I feel the closest to Him. God has given all of us gifts, it is how we utilize these gifts which count. Do we glorify Him, or do we bring glory to ourselves?
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Thank you for your post, very inspiring.

There are many ways to pray, many ways to know God and many ways to express god in life.

Bless you.

hf
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I am glad you enjoyed you. May the blessings of God be with you.
But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith Yahweh, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people.
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Good Afternoon

I would first like to apologize to anyone that I have hurt with my words and actions. In particular, Lisa Lisa I would like to apologize to you.

Second, I would like to thank the AC that posted his vision thread back in December. Thank you, it was your message of love and forgiveness that drove me back towards God. Your words gave me the courage to forgive the person I overlooked the most, myself.

Third, I would like to thank Neim. Your threads have opened up my eyes and have enriched my spiritual life in ways you cannot imagine.

Identifying Your Gifts to Glorify God
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Three years ago I was an emotional and physical train wreck. I was taking medicine for anxiety, depression, and doctors wanted me to go on high blood pressure medication. I was in my mid thirties at that time, and the thought of being on blood pressure medication scared the crap out of me. I weighed 250, had a forty waist, and got winded by the least amount of physical activity. I was so embarrassed and ashamed when I took me sons to the pool, I would wear pants and a shirt, and then go home and feast on more Zingers. My life reached the ultimate low. I knew I couldn't diet, and exercise that wasn't the answer. I prayed, hadn't prayed for years, went to church every week, but never really prayed. I asked God to help me, well actually I begged Him.

That night I had a dream that I was running on my treadmill, yeah I owned one five years old but it was brand new if you know what I mean, but the treadmill was in church. The next morning I woke up, put on my shoes, and oh what a pitiful and pathetic start it was, one eight of a mile only, but I never looked back. By the winter I was logging 50-60 miles a week, had lost eighty pounds, was off all medicine, and felt the best both inside and out then I ever had. In the summer of 2011 I ran in a 10K, my first race ever, and took first place for my age group. Well I was the only one in my age group, but I finished sixth overall.

Fast forward to this past December when my life was completely turned upside down. My wife announced she wanted a divorce, and my life hit an all time low. I had drifted from God, and had become so self absorbed because I felt great, and I was intoxicated by my own looks. I was in love with myself. Once again I reached out for God, several times. I came across a wonderfully profound post on GLP, about a vision. I prayed that night and cried my tears out. I brought all my transgressions to Him, many which cost me my marriage, and asked Him for forgiveness. That night I had a dream of the day three years ago when I asked for His help.

The next morning I woke up, enjoyed a cup of coffee, and thought about my dream. I knew then I had never thanked God for the incredible gift he gave me, running. The whole time I was running I built up mileage very fast, endurance very fast, decreased my mile time very fast. Never once have I been nagged with injury. In fact no matter how hard I pushed my legs, and believe me there were times when I came home and had to wrap my legs with ace bandages they were so sore. Guess what, in the morning my legs were always refreshed, always ready to go. More importantly, I realized that not once did I work on my relationship with Him, in fact the better I became as a runner the more I turned my back on Him.

I have only been running a few months, seven weeks exact, and i am logging six miles consistently.Not bad considering i took almost the entire year of 2012 off. Today I run to bring Glory to God. Before every run and after I offer Him thanks for the gift He gave to me. With every step and mile logged, it acknowledges His love for me, and in turn shows Him my love. There are days which I don't want to run, but I do, because He never gave up on me, he never once stopped loving me. I run today with my ears open to Him, and it is often when I am running, not praying or reading the scriptures, that I feel the closest to Him. God has given all of us gifts, it is how we utilize these gifts which count. Do we glorify Him, or do we bring glory to ourselves?
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Good Afternoon

I would first like to apologize to anyone that I have hurt with my words and actions. In particular, Lisa Lisa I would like to apologize to you.

Second, I would like to thank the AC that posted his vision thread back in December. Thank you, it was your message of love and forgiveness that drove me back towards God. Your words gave me the courage to forgive the person I overlooked the most, myself.

Third, I would like to thank Neim. Your threads have opened up my eyes and have enriched my spiritual life in ways you cannot imagine.

Identifying Your Gifts to Glorify God
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Three years ago I was an emotional and physical train wreck. I was taking medicine for anxiety, depression, and doctors wanted me to go on high blood pressure medication. I was in my mid thirties at that time, and the thought of being on blood pressure medication scared the crap out of me. I weighed 250, had a forty waist, and got winded by the least amount of physical activity. I was so embarrassed and ashamed when I took me sons to the pool, I would wear pants and a shirt, and then go home and feast on more Zingers. My life reached the ultimate low. I knew I couldn't diet, and exercise that wasn't the answer. I prayed, hadn't prayed for years, went to church every week, but never really prayed. I asked God to help me, well actually I begged Him.

That night I had a dream that I was running on my treadmill, yeah I owned one five years old but it was brand new if you know what I mean, but the treadmill was in church. The next morning I woke up, put on my shoes, and oh what a pitiful and pathetic start it was, one eight of a mile only, but I never looked back. By the winter I was logging 50-60 miles a week, had lost eighty pounds, was off all medicine, and felt the best both inside and out then I ever had. In the summer of 2011 I ran in a 10K, my first race ever, and took first place for my age group. Well I was the only one in my age group, but I finished sixth overall.

Fast forward to this past December when my life was completely turned upside down. My wife announced she wanted a divorce, and my life hit an all time low. I had drifted from God, and had become so self absorbed because I felt great, and I was intoxicated by my own looks. I was in love with myself. Once again I reached out for God, several times. I came across a wonderfully profound post on GLP, about a vision. I prayed that night and cried my tears out. I brought all my transgressions to Him, many which cost me my marriage, and asked Him for forgiveness. That night I had a dream of the day three years ago when I asked for His help.

The next morning I woke up, enjoyed a cup of coffee, and thought about my dream. I knew then I had never thanked God for the incredible gift he gave me, running. The whole time I was running I built up mileage very fast, endurance very fast, decreased my mile time very fast. Never once have I been nagged with injury. In fact no matter how hard I pushed my legs, and believe me there were times when I came home and had to wrap my legs with ace bandages they were so sore. Guess what, in the morning my legs were always refreshed, always ready to go. More importantly, I realized that not once did I work on my relationship with Him, in fact the better I became as a runner the more I turned my back on Him.

I have only been running a few months, seven weeks exact, and i am logging six miles consistently.Not bad considering i took almost the entire year of 2012 off. Today I run to bring Glory to God. Before every run and after I offer Him thanks for the gift He gave to me. With every step and mile logged, it acknowledges His love for me, and in turn shows Him my love. There are days which I don't want to run, but I do, because He never gave up on me, he never once stopped loving me. I run today with my ears open to Him, and it is often when I am running, not praying or reading the scriptures, that I feel the closest to Him. God has given all of us gifts, it is how we utilize these gifts which count. Do we glorify Him, or do we bring glory to ourselves?
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Thank you Lisa for forgiveness. We need more people like you.
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Good Afternoon

I would first like to apologize to anyone that I have hurt with my words and actions. In particular, Lisa Lisa I would like to apologize to you.

Second, I would like to thank the AC that posted his vision thread back in December. Thank you, it was your message of love and forgiveness that drove me back towards God. Your words gave me the courage to forgive the person I overlooked the most, myself.

Third, I would like to thank Neim. Your threads have opened up my eyes and have enriched my spiritual life in ways you cannot imagine.

Identifying Your Gifts to Glorify God
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Three years ago I was an emotional and physical train wreck. I was taking medicine for anxiety, depression, and doctors wanted me to go on high blood pressure medication. I was in my mid thirties at that time, and the thought of being on blood pressure medication scared the crap out of me. I weighed 250, had a forty waist, and got winded by the least amount of physical activity. I was so embarrassed and ashamed when I took me sons to the pool, I would wear pants and a shirt, and then go home and feast on more Zingers. My life reached the ultimate low. I knew I couldn't diet, and exercise that wasn't the answer. I prayed, hadn't prayed for years, went to church every week, but never really prayed. I asked God to help me, well actually I begged Him.

That night I had a dream that I was running on my treadmill, yeah I owned one five years old but it was brand new if you know what I mean, but the treadmill was in church. The next morning I woke up, put on my shoes, and oh what a pitiful and pathetic start it was, one eight of a mile only, but I never looked back. By the winter I was logging 50-60 miles a week, had lost eighty pounds, was off all medicine, and felt the best both inside and out then I ever had. In the summer of 2011 I ran in a 10K, my first race ever, and took first place for my age group. Well I was the only one in my age group, but I finished sixth overall.

Fast forward to this past December when my life was completely turned upside down. My wife announced she wanted a divorce, and my life hit an all time low. I had drifted from God, and had become so self absorbed because I felt great, and I was intoxicated by my own looks. I was in love with myself. Once again I reached out for God, several times. I came across a wonderfully profound post on GLP, about a vision. I prayed that night and cried my tears out. I brought all my transgressions to Him, many which cost me my marriage, and asked Him for forgiveness. That night I had a dream of the day three years ago when I asked for His help.

The next morning I woke up, enjoyed a cup of coffee, and thought about my dream. I knew then I had never thanked God for the incredible gift he gave me, running. The whole time I was running I built up mileage very fast, endurance very fast, decreased my mile time very fast. Never once have I been nagged with injury. In fact no matter how hard I pushed my legs, and believe me there were times when I came home and had to wrap my legs with ace bandages they were so sore. Guess what, in the morning my legs were always refreshed, always ready to go. More importantly, I realized that not once did I work on my relationship with Him, in fact the better I became as a runner the more I turned my back on Him.

I have only been running a few months, seven weeks exact, and i am logging six miles consistently.Not bad considering i took almost the entire year of 2012 off. Today I run to bring Glory to God. Before every run and after I offer Him thanks for the gift He gave to me. With every step and mile logged, it acknowledges His love for me, and in turn shows Him my love. There are days which I don't want to run, but I do, because He never gave up on me, he never once stopped loving me. I run today with my ears open to Him, and it is often when I am running, not praying or reading the scriptures, that I feel the closest to Him. God has given all of us gifts, it is how we utilize these gifts which count. Do we glorify Him, or do we bring glory to ourselves?
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Thank you Lisa for forgiveness. We need more people like you.
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Good Afternoon

I would first like to apologize to anyone that I have hurt with my words and actions. In particular, Lisa Lisa I would like to apologize to you.

Second, I would like to thank the AC that posted his vision thread back in December. Thank you, it was your message of love and forgiveness that drove me back towards God. Your words gave me the courage to forgive the person I overlooked the most, myself.

Third, I would like to thank Neim. Your threads have opened up my eyes and have enriched my spiritual life in ways you cannot imagine.

Identifying Your Gifts to Glorify God
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Three years ago I was an emotional and physical train wreck. I was taking medicine for anxiety, depression, and doctors wanted me to go on high blood pressure medication. I was in my mid thirties at that time, and the thought of being on blood pressure medication scared the crap out of me. I weighed 250, had a forty waist, and got winded by the least amount of physical activity. I was so embarrassed and ashamed when I took me sons to the pool, I would wear pants and a shirt, and then go home and feast on more Zingers. My life reached the ultimate low. I knew I couldn't diet, and exercise that wasn't the answer. I prayed, hadn't prayed for years, went to church every week, but never really prayed. I asked God to help me, well actually I begged Him.

That night I had a dream that I was running on my treadmill, yeah I owned one five years old but it was brand new if you know what I mean, but the treadmill was in church. The next morning I woke up, put on my shoes, and oh what a pitiful and pathetic start it was, one eight of a mile only, but I never looked back. By the winter I was logging 50-60 miles a week, had lost eighty pounds, was off all medicine, and felt the best both inside and out then I ever had. In the summer of 2011 I ran in a 10K, my first race ever, and took first place for my age group. Well I was the only one in my age group, but I finished sixth overall.

Fast forward to this past December when my life was completely turned upside down. My wife announced she wanted a divorce, and my life hit an all time low. I had drifted from God, and had become so self absorbed because I felt great, and I was intoxicated by my own looks. I was in love with myself. Once again I reached out for God, several times. I came across a wonderfully profound post on GLP, about a vision. I prayed that night and cried my tears out. I brought all my transgressions to Him, many which cost me my marriage, and asked Him for forgiveness. That night I had a dream of the day three years ago when I asked for His help.

The next morning I woke up, enjoyed a cup of coffee, and thought about my dream. I knew then I had never thanked God for the incredible gift he gave me, running. The whole time I was running I built up mileage very fast, endurance very fast, decreased my mile time very fast. Never once have I been nagged with injury. In fact no matter how hard I pushed my legs, and believe me there were times when I came home and had to wrap my legs with ace bandages they were so sore. Guess what, in the morning my legs were always refreshed, always ready to go. More importantly, I realized that not once did I work on my relationship with Him, in fact the better I became as a runner the more I turned my back on Him.

I have only been running a few months, seven weeks exact, and i am logging six miles consistently.Not bad considering i took almost the entire year of 2012 off. Today I run to bring Glory to God. Before every run and after I offer Him thanks for the gift He gave to me. With every step and mile logged, it acknowledges His love for me, and in turn shows Him my love. There are days which I don't want to run, but I do, because He never gave up on me, he never once stopped loving me. I run today with my ears open to Him, and it is often when I am running, not praying or reading the scriptures, that I feel the closest to Him. God has given all of us gifts, it is how we utilize these gifts which count. Do we glorify Him, or do we bring glory to ourselves?
 Quoting: ParadigmShift


When we are transparent with one another,we become a source of strenght and hope for each other.Through real relationships,we can encourage and challenge others to be all that they are meant to be.In a futile attempt to hide our past,we deprive others our healing gift.If we conceal our wounds out of fear and shame,it can neither be illuminated nor become a light for others.We need people in our lives with whom we can be as open as possible.To have real conversations with people may seem like such a simple,obvious suggestion,but it involves courage and risk.In order to follow JESUS,one must first and foremost be honest with themselves and others.The worst of all deceptions is self deception.It is not about selfish pursuits.It demands we live the life HE has ordained for us.In order for us to carry this out,we must realize the life changing power of knowing JESUS and HIS WAYS. [link to www.youtube.com] hf
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I love hearing about people renewing or finding their faith in Jesus. God bless my friend.
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Good Afternoon

I would first like to apologize to anyone that I have hurt with my words and actions. In particular, Lisa Lisa I would like to apologize to you.

Second, I would like to thank the AC that posted his vision thread back in December. Thank you, it was your message of love and forgiveness that drove me back towards God. Your words gave me the courage to forgive the person I overlooked the most, myself.

Third, I would like to thank Neim. Your threads have opened up my eyes and have enriched my spiritual life in ways you cannot imagine.

Identifying Your Gifts to Glorify God
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Three years ago I was an emotional and physical train wreck. I was taking medicine for anxiety, depression, and doctors wanted me to go on high blood pressure medication. I was in my mid thirties at that time, and the thought of being on blood pressure medication scared the crap out of me. I weighed 250, had a forty waist, and got winded by the least amount of physical activity. I was so embarrassed and ashamed when I took me sons to the pool, I would wear pants and a shirt, and then go home and feast on more Zingers. My life reached the ultimate low. I knew I couldn't diet, and exercise that wasn't the answer. I prayed, hadn't prayed for years, went to church every week, but never really prayed. I asked God to help me, well actually I begged Him.

That night I had a dream that I was running on my treadmill, yeah I owned one five years old but it was brand new if you know what I mean, but the treadmill was in church. The next morning I woke up, put on my shoes, and oh what a pitiful and pathetic start it was, one eight of a mile only, but I never looked back. By the winter I was logging 50-60 miles a week, had lost eighty pounds, was off all medicine, and felt the best both inside and out then I ever had. In the summer of 2011 I ran in a 10K, my first race ever, and took first place for my age group. Well I was the only one in my age group, but I finished sixth overall.

Fast forward to this past December when my life was completely turned upside down. My wife announced she wanted a divorce, and my life hit an all time low. I had drifted from God, and had become so self absorbed because I felt great, and I was intoxicated by my own looks. I was in love with myself. Once again I reached out for God, several times. I came across a wonderfully profound post on GLP, about a vision. I prayed that night and cried my tears out. I brought all my transgressions to Him, many which cost me my marriage, and asked Him for forgiveness. That night I had a dream of the day three years ago when I asked for His help.

The next morning I woke up, enjoyed a cup of coffee, and thought about my dream. I knew then I had never thanked God for the incredible gift he gave me, running. The whole time I was running I built up mileage very fast, endurance very fast, decreased my mile time very fast. Never once have I been nagged with injury. In fact no matter how hard I pushed my legs, and believe me there were times when I came home and had to wrap my legs with ace bandages they were so sore. Guess what, in the morning my legs were always refreshed, always ready to go. More importantly, I realized that not once did I work on my relationship with Him, in fact the better I became as a runner the more I turned my back on Him.

I have only been running a few months, seven weeks exact, and i am logging six miles consistently.Not bad considering i took almost the entire year of 2012 off. Today I run to bring Glory to God. Before every run and after I offer Him thanks for the gift He gave to me. With every step and mile logged, it acknowledges His love for me, and in turn shows Him my love. There are days which I don't want to run, but I do, because He never gave up on me, he never once stopped loving me. I run today with my ears open to Him, and it is often when I am running, not praying or reading the scriptures, that I feel the closest to Him. God has given all of us gifts, it is how we utilize these gifts which count. Do we glorify Him, or do we bring glory to ourselves?
 Quoting: ParadigmShift


When we are transparent with one another,we become a source of strenght and hope for each other.Through real relationships,we can encourage and challenge others to be all that they are meant to be.In a futile attempt to hide our past,we deprive others our healing gift.If we conceal our wounds out of fear and shame,it can neither be illuminated nor become a light for others.We need people in our lives with whom we can be as open as possible.To have real conversations with people may seem like such a simple,obvious suggestion,but it involves courage and risk.In order to follow JESUS,one must first and foremost be honest with themselves and others.The worst of all deceptions is self deception.It is not about selfish pursuits.It demands we live the life HE has ordained for us.In order for us to carry this out,we must realize the life changing power of knowing JESUS and HIS WAYS. [link to www.youtube.com] hf
 Quoting: McGuyver


McGuyver,

Thank you for your comments, many points that you brought up are so very true, particularly transparency and deception. The hardest thing I did this past December was to accept all the blame for all my actions. I couldn't run nor hide from the person that created the most havoc, me. I had forgiven everybody, but forgiving myself was the hardest and most challenging thing that I have done. It doesn't just happen, you don't stand in front of the mirror hating the reflection you see, then poof it goes away.

I ran across the AC thread in December, and realized there was only one way, and that was through God.
But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith Yahweh, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people.
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I love hearing about people renewing or finding their faith in Jesus. God bless my friend.
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Thank you, and God Bless you. I thought I always had faith, but I never once had love for God, and His Son. Now I realize I lacked both. When I told God I would love Him above all things, and surrendered my will to His, well that is where My Love Story truly began.
But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith Yahweh, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people.
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Is your last name Gump?
In the end it doesn't even matter...
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Beautiful post, OP.. thank you for sharing!hf
Love is a state of Being. Your love is not outside; it is deep within you. You can never lose it, and it cannot leave you. You can feel the same life deep within every other human and every other creature. You look beyond the veil of form and separation. This is the realization of oneness. This is love. What is God? The Eternal One Life underneath all the forms of life. What is love? To feel the presence of that One Life deep within yourself and within all creatures. To be it. Therefore, all love is the love of God.

Death is a stripping away of all that is not you. The secret of life is to die before you die - and find that there is no death.
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Is your last name Gump?
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Lol that made me laugh. Good karma for you

hf
But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith Yahweh, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people.
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Beautiful post, OP.. thank you for sharing!hf
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Shamar

Thank you and I am glad you liked it. Thanks for taking the time to read it

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But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith Yahweh, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people.
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Good Afternoon

I would first like to apologize to anyone that I have hurt with my words and actions. In particular, Lisa Lisa I would like to apologize to you.

Second, I would like to thank the AC that posted his vision thread back in December. Thank you, it was your message of love and forgiveness that drove me back towards God. Your words gave me the courage to forgive the person I overlooked the most, myself.

Third, I would like to thank Neim. Your threads have opened up my eyes and have enriched my spiritual life in ways you cannot imagine.

Identifying Your Gifts to Glorify God
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Three years ago I was an emotional and physical train wreck. I was taking medicine for anxiety, depression, and doctors wanted me to go on high blood pressure medication. I was in my mid thirties at that time, and the thought of being on blood pressure medication scared the crap out of me. I weighed 250, had a forty waist, and got winded by the least amount of physical activity. I was so embarrassed and ashamed when I took me sons to the pool, I would wear pants and a shirt, and then go home and feast on more Zingers. My life reached the ultimate low. I knew I couldn't diet, and exercise that wasn't the answer. I prayed, hadn't prayed for years, went to church every week, but never really prayed. I asked God to help me, well actually I begged Him.

That night I had a dream that I was running on my treadmill, yeah I owned one five years old but it was brand new if you know what I mean, but the treadmill was in church. The next morning I woke up, put on my shoes, and oh what a pitiful and pathetic start it was, one eight of a mile only, but I never looked back. By the winter I was logging 50-60 miles a week, had lost eighty pounds, was off all medicine, and felt the best both inside and out then I ever had. In the summer of 2011 I ran in a 10K, my first race ever, and took first place for my age group. Well I was the only one in my age group, but I finished sixth overall.

Fast forward to this past December when my life was completely turned upside down. My wife announced she wanted a divorce, and my life hit an all time low. I had drifted from God, and had become so self absorbed because I felt great, and I was intoxicated by my own looks. I was in love with myself. Once again I reached out for God, several times. I came across a wonderfully profound post on GLP, about a vision. I prayed that night and cried my tears out. I brought all my transgressions to Him, many which cost me my marriage, and asked Him for forgiveness. That night I had a dream of the day three years ago when I asked for His help.

The next morning I woke up, enjoyed a cup of coffee, and thought about my dream. I knew then I had never thanked God for the incredible gift he gave me, running. The whole time I was running I built up mileage very fast, endurance very fast, decreased my mile time very fast. Never once have I been nagged with injury. In fact no matter how hard I pushed my legs, and believe me there were times when I came home and had to wrap my legs with ace bandages they were so sore. Guess what, in the morning my legs were always refreshed, always ready to go. More importantly, I realized that not once did I work on my relationship with Him, in fact the better I became as a runner the more I turned my back on Him.

I have only been running a few months, seven weeks exact, and i am logging six miles consistently.Not bad considering i took almost the entire year of 2012 off. Today I run to bring Glory to God. Before every run and after I offer Him thanks for the gift He gave to me. With every step and mile logged, it acknowledges His love for me, and in turn shows Him my love. There are days which I don't want to run, but I do, because He never gave up on me, he never once stopped loving me. I run today with my ears open to Him, and it is often when I am running, not praying or reading the scriptures, that I feel the closest to Him. God has given all of us gifts, it is how we utilize these gifts which count. Do we glorify Him, or do we bring glory to ourselves?
 Quoting: ParadigmShift


When we are transparent with one another,we become a source of strenght and hope for each other.Through real relationships,we can encourage and challenge others to be all that they are meant to be.In a futile attempt to hide our past,we deprive others our healing gift.If we conceal our wounds out of fear and shame,it can neither be illuminated nor become a light for others.We need people in our lives with whom we can be as open as possible.To have real conversations with people may seem like such a simple,obvious suggestion,but it involves courage and risk.In order to follow JESUS,one must first and foremost be honest with themselves and others.The worst of all deceptions is self deception.It is not about selfish pursuits.It demands we live the life HE has ordained for us.In order for us to carry this out,we must realize the life changing power of knowing JESUS and HIS WAYS. [link to www.youtube.com] hf
 Quoting: McGuyver


McGuyver,

Thank you for your comments, many points that you brought up are so very true, particularly transparency and deception. The hardest thing I did this past December was to accept all the blame for all my actions. I couldn't run nor hide from the person that created the most havoc, me. I had forgiven everybody, but forgiving myself was the hardest and most challenging thing that I have done. It doesn't just happen, you don't stand in front of the mirror hating the reflection you see, then poof it goes away.

I ran across the AC thread in December, and realized there was only one way, and that was through God.
 Quoting: ParadigmShift


GOD bless you my friend!!!Bring JESUS the sacrifice of your time and watch to see how abundantly HE blesses you and your loved ones. Through the intimacy of your relationship with HIM, you are being transformed from the inside out. As you keep your focus on JESUS, HE forms you into the one HE desires you to be. Your part is to yield to HIS creative work in you, neither resisting it, nor trying to speed it up. Enjoy the tempo of a God breathed life by letting HIM set the pace. Hold HIS hand in childlike trust, and the way before you will open up step by step. [link to www.youtube.com] [link to www.youtube.com] hf
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@McGuyver

Thank you brother and friend. You are completely right about the transforming powers of God and His son Jesus. Once you submit your will over to Him you have allowed the Master Potter to mold you into the likeness that He wants.

Good karma for you, and thanks again.
But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith Yahweh, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people.
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@McGuyver

Thank you brother and friend. You are completely right about the transforming powers of God and His son Jesus. Once you submit your will over to Him you have allowed the Master Potter to mold you into the likeness that He wants.

Good karma for you, and thanks again.
 Quoting: ParadigmShift


Stay the course friend it gets easier and also harder.Where there is much wisdom sorrow comes with it.I am encouraged by you because when I was frustrated you always were and is that candle in the wind. I appreciate you and encourage you strongly,I have not one doubt in my mind about your committment hence the reason I always call you brother.
My brothers and sisters my mother are those who love the holy creator and one true God and his son and redeemer YEHSHIYEH[jesus].
1 But these took this counsel among themselves, that they would leave the multitude of the heathen, and go forth into a further country, where never mankind dwelt,
42 That they might there keep their statutes, which they never kept in their own land.
43 And they entered into Euphrates by the narrow places of the river.
44 For the most High then shewed signs for them, and held still the flood, till they were passed over.
45 For through that country there was a great way to go, namely, of a year and a half: and the same region is called Arsareth.
46 Then dwelt they there until the latter time; and now when they shall begin to come,
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OP, You sound like someone I would like to have as a friend!
God Bless Ya!! 5's and Karma.
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1 But these took this counsel among themselves, that they would leave the multitude of the heathen, and go forth into a further country, where never mankind dwelt,
42 That they might there keep their statutes, which they never kept in their own land.
43 And they entered into Euphrates by the narrow places of the river.
44 For the most High then shewed signs for them, and held still the flood, till they were passed over.
45 For through that country there was a great way to go, namely, of a year and a half: and the same region is called Arsareth.
46 Then dwelt they there until the latter time; and now when they shall begin to come,
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OP, You sound like someone I would like to have as a friend!
God Bless Ya!! 5's and Karma.
hf
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I am flattered Chops. Thank you and God Bless you.

hf
But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith Yahweh, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their Elohim, and they shall be my people.
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I love hearing about people renewing or finding their faith in Jesus. God bless my friend.
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Your lion Avatar is incredible.

Carry on.

Also, 5 stars and a bump Op.
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I love hearing about people renewing or finding their faith in Jesus. God bless my friend.
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Your lion Avatar is incredible.

Carry on.

Also, 5 stars and a bump Op.
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Thank you. Appreciate the bump.
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