Infusion Bible eStudies: Following Through



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  As I write this lesson, it is the opening day of the spring training season for major league baseball. My favorite team, the Pittsburgh Pirates, tied the New York Yankees. Spring training is the time of year when baseball teams get back to basics. They work on the mechanics of batting, throwing, and fielding. The game of baseball cannot be played successfully without mastering these basic skills.

  This is true of baseball played at all levels. When my son Andrew was younger, I coached his manager-pitch team. One of the things that we coaches worked on with the kids was their follow-through. Follow-through is the completion of a motion, as in the swinging of a bat or the throwing of a ball. It is that part of the motion after the ball is hit or the ball is thrown. A player cannot be a good batter or pitcher without having the proper follow-through.

  Our lesson today is about following through. Following through on responsibility is a major part of living life successfully. In the game of life, follow-through is the execution of a plan that was implemented with a decision and is being adhered to with commitment. When it comes to our faith, the follow-through is living out the faith promises that were made at our baptism

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Infusion Bible eStudies: Following Through (Leader's Guide)
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Infusion Bible eStudies: Following Through (Student)
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