Get Up And Do

I was reading an article posted on WebMD about how much damage we can do to our hearts by spending more time in front of the TV or computer than we do exercising. You’re probably thinking, “Well, duh!, isn’t that obvious?!” It should be, and yet we still have a tendency to just sit there. (By the way, you can read the article here.)

One quote from this article especially stood out to me:

“It’s not even about the exercise. It’s about not sitting,” says Suzanne Steinbaum, DO, a preventive cardiologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. “I think that sort of points us in a little different direction. In order for you not to cause harm to yourself, you really need to focus on getting up and moving.”

This reminds me of Joseph (Mary’s husband) in the Bible. God seemed to speak to him quite often in dreams. Instead of just sitting there contemplating the vision, there’s a phrase that shows up after every vision…

“Joseph got up and did.”

Has God given you a vision for your life? If so, just sitting there may do damage to your heart. So follow Joseph’s example and Get up and do!

4 Responses to “Get Up And Do”

  1. Chad Says:

    Craig, I took a break from writing a bible study and a sermon to read this post. *sigh* Hard to not be sitting while doing that. Maybe I can figure a way to attach my laptop to a treadmill 🙂

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  2. LizFentonDecker Says:

    Read this & GOT UP! Thanks. Ross and I would appreciate your prayers. Rough road ahead.

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