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Friday, November 03 2023


The first thing I learned during the first 5K race I ever ran was that the adrenaline would kick in at the start of the race!

I found myself getting caught up in the others pace. Instead of trusting the pace that I had practiced for weeks during my work outs. This adrenaline spike quickly wore off and I found myself highly fatigued and losing ground.

Amazingly, as I got back on my pace, I slowly but surely passed many of those that had sprinted past me at the start.

In our walk with God, it is the same. To be in flow with God’s pace is so important and God’s pace is different for each of us. 

With God it is not a sprint, but a marathon.

1 Corinthians 9:24; Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize.

What is important to God is not how we start the race. or even how fast our pace is. but that we are always moving forward. His desire is that we actually finish the race that counts!    

DADs, During this upcoming holiday season, be sure to pace yourself. Take opportunities to remember to “run in such a way as to get the prize."

Suiting Up!

Dr. Jeff Springer

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