“He did what was right in the eyes of the Lord, but not as his father David had done…” 2 Kings 14:3a
Confession: sometimes I go to the gym and don’t sweat. I meander over to a treadmill, turn on HGTV, plug in my earbuds, and I mosey. That’s right, mosey. While others around me are “getting their workout on,” running, sweating, panting, I am not even out of breath.
For the record, it’s not all the time. Sometimes I am super stinky when I am finished, proving to me that I have burned some serious calories. Just days ago, I got sucked into an episode of Buying and Selling where Jonathon and Drew were trying to please one of the most difficult and whiny women in the history of television, and I didn’t know the show was going to last an hour. I was sweaty that day.
I figure that any work I do on the treadmill is better than no work, right? I’m doing better than people who aren’t working out at all. Maybe not as good as the sweaty people beside me, but good enough.
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