You may feel as though you've totally blown it. . .but God still has your back!
The question you need to ask yourself is. . .what can I learn from this situation so I don’t mess up again. . .at least, not for the same reasons.
Write Down Exactly What Happened.
It’s important to recall every step you took and decision you made which precipitated your fall.
Exodus 17:13-14 in The Living Bible says:
“As a result, Joshua and his troops crushed the army of Amalek, putting them to the sword. Then the Lord instructed Moses, "Write this into a permanent record, to be remembered forever, and announce to Joshua that I will utterly blot out every trace of Amalek.”
If you make a mistake…write down exactly what happened. Don’t sugar coat it or white wash your written scenario as you can’t hide anything from God anyway. I have a revelation for you. . .if you made a mistake, He already knows it.
Job 23:10 in The Living Bible says:
“But he knows every detail of what is happening to me; and when he has examined me, he will pronounce me completely innocent-as pure as solid gold!”
You need to fully understand what caused the mistake and then ask the Holy Spirit to direct you in the way which will best lead to the changes you need to make.
Take comfort in Romans 8:28 which says:
“And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.”
God is waiting for you to be made brand new again.BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS