Romans 2:6 


Every athlete desires results. To achieve them, they work hard and stay consistent during the workout. They don’t give up when movements and lifts are tougher than on other days. Instead, they remind themselves that they have to continue to give their all.

Champions know you don’t get the physique you want in a few days. That comes after dedication, discipline, and constant hard work. Depending on the goal, it can take months or years to hit your desired target.

As relentless competitors in life’s dynamic arena, we focus on achieving tangible results. We possess a champion’s spirit that refuses to succumb to obstacles, consistently pushing ourselves beyond the limits of what the average person would consider. Our tireless dedication and relentless pursuit of excellence set us apart, propelling us toward sweet success.

Our hearts are set on embracing a life that resonates with purpose, where our devotion to God fuels every endeavor. We yearn to walk a path that leaves a lasting impact, embodying the essence of His love and grace. An insatiable hunger drives us to make a difference in the world with each step we take.

When you look back on your life one day, you want results you can be proud of and say I lived in a way that a disciple should. The only way to reach those results is to be spiritually disciplined, avoiding the distractions of today’s culture for something much more worthwhile, a relationship with Him.

Then, like in the Parable of the Talents, we know that we used our time wisely and that God will say to us, “Well done, “enter into the joy of the Lord.” There is no greater result than that.


1. Write down three ways you can get better spiritual results.

2. Read the Parable of the Talents.



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