Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Crit results

>>Results tomorrow or Wednesday.<<

Results:

1 flat tire before warmup
1 long line at registration
1 abbreviated warmup

1 7 minute race before I dropped.

3 excuses for stinking up the joint.

Anyone got a favorite scripture reference for verse 30:3? 303 is my number for the year. Wanted 323 (Romans 3:23), but they weren't taking requests :) Got lucky last year with 3:16.

Cyclist to pray for: The junior that went down in turn 3 tonight...looked ok, but wasn't walking it back in...

DB

2 comments:

bullschuck said...

Just 'cos it's Monday and I have a bit o' time...

Gen. 30:3 is just wrong:

She replied, "Here is my maidservant Bilhah. Have intercourse with her, and let her give birth on my knees, so that I too may have offspring, at least through her."

(Rachel talking to Jacob)

Numbers 30:3 is interesting, and probably a good one. (Hey, just b/c it says Numbers, get it?)

When a man makes a vow to the LORD or binds himself under oath to a pledge of abstinence, he shall not violate his word, but must fulfill exactly the promise he has uttered.

1 Samuel is depressing.

David and his men arrived at the city to find it burned to the ground and their wives, sons and daughters taken captive.

2 Chronicles looks like the finish line with no spectators when pre-reg was terrible and the field didn't "make."

for they could not celebrate it at the time of the restoration: the priests had not sanctified themselves in sufficient numbers, and the people were not gathered at Jerusalem.

Job 30:3 is just Job being Job.

In want and hunger was their lot, they who fled to the parched wastelands:

Psalms 30:3 is a great one for recovery rides.

O LORD, my God, I cried out to you and you healed me.

Proverbs 30:3 is good for humility. It's how I feel often.

Neither have I learned wisdom, nor have I the knowledge of the Holy One.

Finally, Ezekiel 30:3 is a good one to end with.

for near is the day, near is the day of the LORD; a day of clouds, doomsday for the nations shall it be.

(All from the New American Bible translation. No warranties inferred or implied, your mileage may vary, especially in the Psalms.)

Kevin said...

Thanks Bull...we looked through every book, and then we explored the option of 3:03 and found:

John 3:03 -

Jesus answered and said to him, "Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again he cannot see the kingdom of God."

I've actually taught from this verse, so its a favorite :)