March 23-Training

March 23-Training

March 23: Training


Scripture Lesson: 1Timothy 4:6-10


On this date in 1951, the Brooklyn Dodgers signed a 21-year lease with the city of Vero Beach, Florida, for use during spring training. “Dodgertown” remained the Spring Training home of the Dodgers until 2010, when they moved their training camp to Arizona.


In Paul’s letter to Timothy, he encouraged him not only to do physical training, but also training that leads to godliness. To find out how to be more like God, we need to be in training, studying the Scriptures daily and spending time in prayer. It is easy to be distracted by this world and to get busy. If we are too busy to spend time studying God’s Word and spending time with Him in prayer, we are too busy! To be a great player in baseball, one has to train their body. To be a great Christian, one has to train their mind and soul.

  1. How is the physical training going in your life?

  2. How is the spiritual training going in your life?

  3. What things can we do to better train ourselves in the ways of God?

Are we moving toward godliness in our lives? Let us commit to train harder for His Kingdom and see the results He will bring to our lives.




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