Philippians 2:3-4 


Honor is a virtue that is often overlooked in the world of sports. However, it is essential for any athlete who wants to be successful, respected, and wants to make an impact.

There are many reasons why athletes need to have honor. First, honor helps athletes to compete fairly and uphold their integrity. When athletes are honorable, they play by the rules and do not cheat. This creates a level playing field for all competitors and ensures fair competition results.

Second, honor helps athletes to be good role models. When athletes are honorable, they set an excellent example for their fans and young people. They show that it is possible to be successful in sports without resorting to cheating or other unethical behavior.

Third, honor helps athletes to build relationships with their teammates and coaches. When athletes are honorable, they are trustworthy and reliable. They can be counted on to do their part and to support their teammates. This creates a positive team atmosphere and helps the team to be successful.

Finally, honor helps athletes to live a life of integrity. When athletes are honorable, they live their lives by their values. They do what is right, even when it is difficult. This gives them a sense of peace and satisfaction and helps them be good people.

Athletes also honor God. Athletes honor God by acknowledging their talents and abilities as gifts from Him, using them to the best of their abilities, and giving thanks for their successes and achievements.

They maintain a strong faith and trust in God, especially during challenging times or setbacks, knowing that God’s plan is greater than their own. This echoes Romans 8:28, “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him,” who have been called according to his purpose.


1. Commit Romans 8:28 to memory.



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