I sat down the other night with my AMAZING wife and I opened my "actual" Bible up for the first time in a while. Sometimes, I like to just let it open and see what good word I can get. Oddly enough it opened right up to Hebrews 10:36. The theme of the text was "Patient Endurance". I'm a big nerd on the actual meaning of words. I don't care for slang. I don't care for saying things with out meaning. So I decided to look up the definition of these two words.
Patient: able to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering without becoming annoyed or anxious.
Endurance: the ability to keep doing something difficult, unpleasant, or painful for a long period of time.
I don't know what you may do, but when I read the Bible, I KNOW it has a message for the season of life I am in. It has ALWAYS been that way for me. So I began listing out the different areas of my life at the moment that may be requiring patient endurance. And I got a little anxious.
I had a vision a long time ago about something I wanted to do. #lifegoals
I've been wanting to write a book (not just one) for a while now. I have worked in the fitness industry for more than 15 yrs now and want to share EVERYTHING I have learned. I want for people to be able to understand what REALLY matters. I want vanity to not be the main reason for anyone trying to change themselves. I want to provide solutions for people who are searching for answers to their problems. I want to share the truth and partner with those who want to do the same.
I have some very simple truths that I preach and I will hang my hat on them all day (I'll tell that story next time).