There's a bit of foolishness in this last section, the disciples argue about who is greater. Really? I understand in a sporting event perhaps training to be the best but always remember that the best today will be beaten tomorrow. But that's an actual competition, life shouldn't be a competition, do your best and be content to do that. Later we see that Jesus is rejected at a village and that although people come to Him saying they'll follow, their heart isn't really in it. Have you ever noticed that Jesus is rejected in almost as many places that He's accepted? And sometimes He's rejected after performing a miracle. That's the cost to follow Him, rejection and acceptance both in different places. At times the number of rejections will exceed the acceptance. But still in all of this the question stands, what's really important? Micah the prophet tells us very simply, love mercy, do justice, and walk humbly before God.
Today's workout, any cardio 30:00