The Motivator

Bob gets Motivated

Mon., Feb. 28, 2022 / 0600 / Copley High School



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Up was performed
Then, took 2 laps around the football field


Circled up at the 50 for a classic motivator
Grabbed 2 coupons and took them to the goal line
Paired up and did Bob the Builder with a partner, plank til 6 was in (partners alternate carrying coupon to the opposite endzone & sprinting back 2 times each)
After, moseying to other endzone to reunite with coupons, did 20 overhead press & 20 flutter kicks OYO
Then, performed Bob the Builder as individuals, plank til 6 was in
Moseyed to opposite endzone, did 30 Curls & 30 big boys
Proceeded to do another Bob the Builder w/ partner, plank til 6
Moseyed to opposite endzone and closed w/ an individual Bob the Builder, plank til 6


Message today is about forgiveness. In Isaiah 43:25, Hebrews 10:17, Romans 4:8, among others it is written that when God forgives our sin, he also forgets it. As humans I feel like we often say we forgive someone, but we're not willing to forget it. We feel that might make us look foolish if we're duped again by similar behavior, and I think of it like putting the transgression on the top shelf somewhere. You go about your normal day and you might not think of it all that often, but you always keep it to go back to if needed. When I think of forgiving and forgetting the sin, I think of taking that hurt and throwing it in the dumpster to be taken away and gone from you forever. We think we're protecting ourselves by keeping the hurt with us, but really we're only hurting ourselves by not giving true forgiveness that God models for us.