It's essential to behave like the "well-oiled" machines we are. . .aiming to infuse the anointing of purpose with faith, but if you miss the mark, don't break down.
We suffer the consequences of our bad decisions, and sometimes others are affected by them. It's important to seek the best way to fix our mistakes, and not condemn ourselves too harshly in the process.
Grace is God showing us favor beyond our control, or our thoughts. "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." - Jeremiah 21:11 Yes, we suffer the consequences of the wrong decisions we make, but we're still loved with a love unparalleled. God is not like man, God does not think like us.
Our ability to decide wisely is greater than wealth, because it's the determination of it.
Being "healthy" and "wealthy" usually tend to follow wise. That's why in the Bible, Solomon wanted wisdom over anything else. "Long life is in her right hand; in her left hand are riches and honor." - Proverbs 3:16 Wisdom won't let you stay depressed for long. Wisdom is the best confidante to find consult and consolation with. Strength, courage, and wisdom. . . grace, faith and favor all make it very hard to stay discouraged, so be encouraged!
~ Breath Of Life Daily
Totally agree. Learning from your mistake a moving forward ignites purpose instead of breeding condemnation and depression.ReplyDelete