O.K., let me give you some background, so you don't think I am trying to justify myself. I work out every day. I lift weights, run/walk (am up to 2 miles), etc. I am 215 pounds, 6 feet tall, and have a 33 inch waist. All that to say, I am NOT overweight. Also: I eat relatively healthy. I like vegetables. I like fruit, and orange juice, and even things like spinach and cabbage. But: I am SICK of people using various verses, completely out of context, to try to prove that the Bible mandates physical fitness. It doesn't. There is absolutely nothing in the Bible that says anything about being overweight, or not exercising, is sinful. Its not. And it makes me SICK when people try to equate not staying in shape, to adultery, drug use, overindulgence in alcohol, etc. Those things are sinful. Being overweight, and not exercising, is not. Now, some try to say "But your Body is a 'temple'!" Listen to me; That verse has NOTHING to do with exercising or "eating right." It is talking about not using your body for things the Bible says is sinful; do not use it for adultery, or lying, or killing, or stealing. It is not telling you to start an exercise plan! What food does the Bible say is the best parts? Why, the FAT portions; the fattiest, greasiest, most unhealthy parts of the animals, are considered blessings in scripture, not "sinful." The Bible is not about physical exercise; NOTHING about it. It is about saving souls. Staying in shape is spiritually neutral. It is like stamp collecting, or building model cars. It is fine if you do, and fine if you don't.