We’ve put in the hours and offseason stretches of conditioning and drills on our own, strengthening our weak spots and working hard to make a starting spot or improve our skills. We’ve stayed up late studying film, noting slight adjustments to make and looking for opportunities to excel over our rival teams.
We want the chance to show the world we have what it takes. We want to reach the high point in our careers and live in the top condition our competition demands.
Same with our spiritual training. We’ve learned we are created by a good God who fashioned us in His image and set us apart to do good things. We’ve learned sin separated us from a holy God, but in His love, He sent His Son Jesus to die the death we deserve on the cross, and that He was raised from the dead, giving us new life through the gift of salvation.
Read the full article to learn more about what it means to be strong in Christ and to live every day with Him.