We do not run in vain (Phil 2:15-16) by Dr. Pat Castle

09 Nov We do not run in vain (Phil 2:15-16) by Dr. Pat Castle

roger-bannister-072Shine like lights in the world, as you hold on to the word of life, so that my boast for the day of Christ may be that I did not run in vain. ~ Phil 2:15-16
Reflection:  Running a mile in under four minutes was one of athletics’ greatest milestones.  The first person to break this seemingly impossible barrier was Roger Bannister, with a time of 3 minutes 59.4 seconds on 6 May 1954.  Since then, over 1,000 people have broken the 4 min barrier.  How did Roger break the 4 min mile?  He believed, and he worked tirelessly.
  We can cross the finish line that ends abortion, believe it.  “Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us persevere in running this race set before us, with our eyes fixed on Jesus” Heb 12:1-2.  LIFE Runners are needed more than ever today.  Invite others to join us for one more step, one more mile, one more Life.  Listen to this song and then run harder:  Above all kingdoms and all the ways of man.  We do not run in vain, All In Christ for Pro-Life!
Challenge:  Imagine a world free of abortion.  Let’s run harder.

Pray LIFE Runners Creed to end abortion. 
Inspiration:  “Do not fear my friends, do not fear, God is still on the throne.  God still expects us to love our neighbors as ourselves and love Him with all our heart, soul, strength and mind.  Today, we fight harder, cry louder, and stop this abortion holocaust before another generation passes.” ~ Bryan Kemper
All In Christ for Pro-Life,
Dr. Pat Castle is the coach and founder of the National LIFE Runners Team.  He teaches chemistry, Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, and Confirmation classes.  Pat and Angi have two daughters and live in Jefferson City, MO.

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