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What Does It Mean To Be Fit?
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Are you Fit?
What Does It Mean To Be Fit?
Hey, fam! What's Up? Taurus here at Mminister Fitness dot com. Thanks for stoping by and checking us out.
Today, I want to ask you the question: "What does it mean to be FIT?"
The thing is, when we talk about fitness, we talk about exercise, we talk about all this stuff. But the question is, "What does it mean to be FIT in the context of The GTM??"
In the context of GOD YOU and the MISSION, what does it mean for you to be FIT?
Now, you can look up the term "fit" and basically it is going to talk about being of a particular quality for a particular purpose. So, in other words, if you're suitable for a particular purpose.
Purpose Determines Fitness
The thing is, you have to think about it...You may LOOKk fit - and this is what I want to really harp on here - that you may look fit on the outside, but the PURPOSE determines whether or not you are fit.
So, when we look at it in the context of GOD YOU and the MISSION, knowing that the Mission is really the ultimate aim of what we're trying to achieve - we're talking about Reaching someone for Christ, Teaching someone in Christ, or Mobilizing somebody through Christ -
Are you FIT for that purpose?
Do you have what you need to meet that purpose?
Do you meet the standard for that purpose?
Fitness Must Be Tested
Well, appearances don't always tell whether or not a person is actually fit.
For example, someone out there right now might look at me and say, "Well, he looks pretty fit. He looks pretty tone. He looks this that and the other." But the thing is that my appearance doesn't tell you whether or not I am FIT.
I have to go through some sort of fitness test in order to show how fit I am. But that test is actually testing me to a particular standard for a particular purpose.
Are you FIT to carry the gospel of Jesus Christ? Are you FIT to carry this gospel for the Glory of the Kingdom of God? Think about it, fam. This is what we're doing here at Minister fitness dot com.
Questions To Help You Think FIT
There are no questions that I'm asking you that I haven't asked myself. And there are no questions that I'm asking you to bring forth any condemnation. I just want to ask some questions to get us thinking about how can we better optimize our time and our abilities here on earth in order to do our very best to carry this gospel of Jesus Christ to the people in the world in this day and time.
If you have any questions or comments, leave them right here at Minister Fitness dot com.
Thank you for stopping by, again.
Grace and Peace!
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Get FIT and Stay FIT!
To be fit is to be of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose. It is not enough to say that you are fit. It is not enough to appear to be fit.
Fitness requires Faithful action.
Fitness requires Intentional action.
Fitness requires that you remain Teachable.
Are you fit?
This is a question I continue to ask myself. I never really feel like I am fit to be a minister for Christ, but I continue to trust that He is making me what He wants me to be. Nevertheless, I use this question to examine myself periodically going to God and asking Him if I am fit for His purpose
What Does It Mean To Be Fit? with Coach T (Taurus James) at Minister Fitness, Kingdom Fitness Academy
1. Which points did you find most impactful? Why?
2. What did the Lord reveal to you through this message? (Did you gain a specific insight into your life or ministry? What challenged you? Were you convicted of sin?)
3. How were you encouraged through this message? How can you use what you've learned to encourage someone else—in your personal life, at work, or at church—and equip them as a disciple of Christ?
4. How, practically, can you implement what you heard from this message in your life and/or ministry today? What will you do differently this week because of what you've just heard?
5. If you're struggling with your physical health, take the initial step of going to the doctor for a check up. Find a member of your church who loves working out and partner up with them—go on a run, bike ride, or weight train together. Allow exercise to be a method of discipleship.