TITLE: Recovering from mistakes!
By Mark E Crossley
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The bible says in Romans “I decided one way but then I acted another way”. Have you made any new year’s resolutions and broken the already? Perhaps it’s doing more exercise, giving up smoking or maybe drinking less alcohol?. What’s yours?
Beginnings are wonderful, so are endings, it’s in the middle that we need guidance, I know I do for sure!. Have you ever made any mistakes in your life; gone down roads where perhaps you should not have; or said one thing and done another and regret it afterwards but still make the same mistakes again and again?
We are humans after all, if we did not make mistake we would be God – think about it. People have to learn from their mistakes, start seeing their failures as an investment for further knowledge.
You paid too much to get to where you are today, and understand what you know, to quit now. Each time you plan, risk, fail, re-evaluate and adjust and you get another opportunity to begin again – only to do better than you did last time.
Take encouragement, you’re not the person you were then and you’re never going to be. Life has a funny way of turning around, and we change our perspectives even in the midst of adversity.
The main thing is that we have to try other roads in order for us to reinforce the way we should lead our lives more effectively. Sound familiar?
Life at times can be demanding and very stressful and in these times we often loose focus, feel discouraged, become ill, relationships fail, but in the midst God us still watching over us constantly drawing us back to himself. I wonder today is it time you started walking with God again and increase your faith levels.
I encourage you that it’s never too late to get things back on track even if you feel otherwise. God can restore the impossible and HE wants you to be on top of life not struggling along. So come on what are you waiting for?
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