We learn from our mistakes in the areas that matter least. We repeat our mistakes in the areas that matter most. Too often, we look at our pasts and our decisions don’t even make sense to us. We end up asking, “What was I thinking?”
But how do we avoid getting stuck in cycles of repeated mistakes that take our lives down the wrong paths?
One reason history repeats itself is that we don’t own our parts of our history.
If something important has come to an end and you are starting over, you must look back and own your part in order to move ahead. Your best bet for a successful future is to own your share of the past.
What He opens, no one can close; and what He closes, no one can open.
Dr. Mark Hausfield shares his passion for leading Muslims to Jesus and seeing generations change their beliefs to Jesus Christ. He encouraged us, as the Church, to change our outlook and opinion on Muslims as well.
The victory belongs to those who stay strong and to start strong, you need to know your “why”.
Pastor Ray shared a story of a track runner; midway through the race, he became tired and didn’t run as well as he did in practice. He was filled with discouragement when he saw how far behind he was and couldn’t catch up. He lost the race.