Thursday, December 31, 2015

Final Weight Summary

After tracking my weight for over 8 years, fairly consistently, I am done.
As with training\working out, I am done keeping track of shit. 

As I have mentioned in the past, every time I weigh myself, it is in the nude, in the morning, after going to the bathroom.  Trying to stay consistent. Again, I think I have done a pretty good job :)

In November of 2007, my high was about 207.  Since then I have been up and down, with a low around 176, which I was near the end of this year, oddly enough.  I think before I started weighing myself in 2007, I was probably at 220, or higher. I may have mentioned this before, but I think my low, since Charlie has been born, has been due to eating less, and going from a few beers a week, to a few beers every 2-3 weeks.

What is my secret to staying so lean and trim (Ha Ha). Trying, again trying, to not over eat, especially things that are not good for me in large quantities, and switching to some veggie only meals 2-3 times a week.  I think that is large drop in weight in 2013-2014.  Jackie started veggie meals  about 2 years ago and it has helped keep my weight down.  I love red meat, but I eat much less than I used to.  Now more pork and chicken. 

Below are the charts, and a table.  Charts are for my measured weight, average weight by year, minimum and maximum weight by year, standard deviation of weight by year, and range of weight by year.  It is all there and all done.

Enjoy! Have a Happy New Year!

Weight Chart

Table of Data

Average Weight by Year

Max and Min Weight by Year

Range of Weight by Year

Standard Deviation of Weight by Year



Steve Finnell said...


Have you ever noticed the parallels between Naaman's cure of his leprosy and faith only believers doctrine of forgiveness of sin?

Naaman wanted his leprosy washed away, but he did not want to follow the plan of God's man, the prophet Elisha.

Faith only believers want to have sins washed away, but they do not want to follow the plan of the man Jesus selected to implement that plan, the apostle Peter.

2 Kings 5:10-11 Elisha sent a messenger to him, saying, "Go and wash in the Jordan seven times, and your flesh will be restored to you and you will be clean. 11 But Naaman was furious and went away and said, "Behold, I thought, 'He will surely come to me and stand and call on the name of the Lord his God, and wave his hand over the place and cure the leper'

Naaman thought calling on the name of the Lord and waving of Elisha's hand would cure his leprosy. Naaman did not want to get wet. Naaman did not want to baptize himself seven times. Naaman thought "faith only" would cure his leprosy.

Acts 2:37-38....what shall we do?" 38 Peter said to them, "Repent and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.

Faith only believers do not want to get wet. They do not want to be baptized for the forgiveness of sins. They want to call on the name of the Lord and say the "Sinner's Prayer."

Naaman's servant convinced him to follow Elisha's plan.

2 Kings 5:14 So he went down and dipped himself seven times in the Jordan, according to the word of the man of God; and his flesh was restored like the flesh of a little child and he was clean.

Naaman's leprosy was not removed by faith only. Naaman's leprosy was removed and his flesh was restored only after he baptized himself seven times in the Jordan. Naaman did not sprinkle himself seven times in the Jordan . Naaman did not pour himself seven times in the Jordan. Naaman dipped (baptized) himself in the Jordan seven times. Naaman had faith in the God of the prophet Elisha, however, obedience was required in order to have his leprosy cured.

UNDER THE NEW COVENANT faith is essential in order to have sins forgiven, however, obedience in water baptism is also required in order to have sins forgiven.


Naaman did not say dipping in water had absolutely nothing to do with his being cleansed of leprosy.

Naaman did not proclaim that his leprosy was cleansed the minute he believed God had the power to cure his leprosy.

Naaman did not assert that dipping in the Jordan was an outward sign of his cure that had taken place before he entered the water.

Naaman did not say he baptized himself because his leprosy had already been cured.

Naaman did tell others that he baptized himself because Elisha command it, and it was just an act of obedience.

Naaman did not proclaim that his leprosy was cured by faith only.

Naaman did not say dipping in the Jordan was "a work of righteousness" and works cannot wash away leprosy.

Naaman failed to assert that baptizing himself was a testimony of his faith, but was not essential to having his leprosy cured.

QUESTION: Can "faith only" believers reject what God's man, the apostle Peter, said about repentance and water baptism and
have their sins forgiven? (Acts 2:38, 1 Peter 3:21)



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