Follwed by a 7am-8am stationary bike ride. I stayed occupied by burning CDs (since I finally had a cd player to use in my car!). I got a shower and prepped for church, and then did my reading for Sunday School, since I was a slacker and waiting until the last minute :-/
SOOOO insightful. This chapter was all about the differences between guilt and conviction. Brief run down:
“There is now no condemnation for those that are in Christ Jesus” Romans 8:1
Christians are freed from guilt, but we are still subject to conviction of the Holy Spirit.
Guilt is of Satan, conviction is of the Holy Spirit.
Guilt ends in depression and sadness, conviction ends in repair, restoration and healing.
Church was excellent as usual. Except I could’ve really used the sermon before I decided to buy my car :) It was all about how we are able to realize what God’s will is. About using the Bible and prayer to find wisdom about making decisions in our daily lives.
After church, we went home and scrounged up some lunch.
In the mix there were sugar snap peas, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, cherry tomatoes, and cucumbers all topped with Newman’s Own Pineapple Salsa.
With this humungo salad, I had a Strawberry Oikos for protein:
And another slice of whole wheat toast topped with sugar free mixed berry jam from Nature’s Hollow.
After lunch, I got somethings together for Monday, since it was my boss’s birthday, I picked her up a few things as gifts and went to the store to buy her a card.
When I got home, I snacked on some frozen peas [straight from the bag]& then a navel orange.
I wanted to get some more biking action in, and ended up burning some more cds and web surfing for about an hour and 1/2. Total on Sunday, I burned 800 calories on the bike.
I showered, and then started on dinner. I threw together egg beaters, thawed frozen spinach, minced onion, and a laughing cow cheese into the microwave for about 2 minutes, sprinkled with a little salt & pepper, and dinner was served!
On the side, I also had some Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Breeze with Splenda & fat free cottage cheese with sugar free mixed berry jam.
And then my sister, her friend, McKenzie, and JD watched Transformers 2 together.
Midway through the movie, I got the munchies and was inspired to make a snack based on a cookie recipe I saw using Fiber One. They’re called ”Haystack Cookies“ that look like this:
But instead, I used a splash of water with my banana nut protein powder, to make a pudding like consistency and then added fiber one to the pudding to coat. It pressed together perfectly and made a cookie! Ridiculous amounts of fiber and protein with 1g of fat! Not bad for dessert
After the movie, I hit the sack!