“Give careful thought to the paths of your feet and be steadfast in all your ways.” -Proverbs 4:26




Resolutely or dutifully firm and unwavering.

Faithful. Devoted. Steady.

Constant. True. Resolute.

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The Mission

To be steadfast physically is to honor the body as God’s temple. “Physical training is of some use…” {1 Tim. 4:8}. Though it is not the goal, it produces more tangible discipline and results than other forms of training. In practicing physical discipline, one can learn how that may carry over into other areas of life. To believe the body is God’s temple and not care for it is to show great disrespect. If you believe God lives inside of you, why would you not take care of your body?

The ultimate goal, however, is spiritual steadfastness. We are to run the race to win the prize {1 Cor. 9:24}, and that race is not a physical one but a spiritual one. If the body is healthy but the spirit is weak, the body’s health is for naught. A healthy body may at times be a more agile vessel for God’s love, but if His love is not present the agility of the vessel makes no difference. Therefore, one’s spiritual health is of utmost importance.

When was the last time you read the Word? The last time you prayed? The last time you ceased striving and recognized that He is God? This is the heart of what matters. And without this, one can never truly live steadfast.