For believers, every failure can be a stepping-stone tosuccess.
In Matthew 7:24-27 we find that in failure the man wascalled foolish.† So often that is whatis handed to us.† If we fail, it somehow means we have done something wrong or foolish.
We Fear failure because of the stigma thatgoes with it, but failure is a natural part of life.
There are all different types of failures in our life.
It is how we handle these failures as to weather we getdepressed or find victory (learn something) from these failures.
Some failures are devastating to us.
The biggest failure we can think of is Adam and Eve.
When you read Godís Word we find numerous times were Godísservants suffered failure.
David had numerous failures during his life.
You have to be able to look past your failure and moveon.† Get a resolution (answer) for itand move on.
The steps of success are resolved failure.
Children are the campgrounds for parental failure.
As in Matthew 7:24-27 we can see two methods of building afirm foundation.
††††††††††† One wasbuild on truth and the other deceit and dishonesty.
Truth will always stand up under pressure of any type.
Any aspect of life that violates truth is doomed to failure.
What ever you build will be tested.
Galatians 6:7-10, what ever we do will come out.
God is not the cause of our failure, but He allows it tohappen. †This is a way for God to getour attention, humble us, disciplining us, and bring us back to Himself.
Remember, there is a difference between failing and being afailure.
††††††††††† Failing isa part of life.
††††††††††† Failure isa condition of the mind.
Some failures we have to ask friends, co-workers, and ourfamilies to forgive us.†
This will restore these relationships. Other failures weneed to ask Godís forgiveness to restore our relationship with Him.