It is not what we have done it is how we get up and move forward from what we have done. When we fail it is part of our journey, but not our destiny.
7 ways to recover through grace after we fail:
1—-Release yourself from your failures by turning away from them in your thinking, We belong to Him and we have no right to turn on nor accuse ourselves. God has favoured us based on His love for us not our failures.
2—- Think on achievements and draw strength from them whenever we have wronged others or hurt them by our decisions. We should take responsibility for our actions, make it right if possible and keep moving. We don’t have to live in bondage to the regrets of the past nor the worries of tomorrow.
3—-Understand that God’s ability is not limited to our failures. The simple truth is He is greater than our mistakes and failures.
4—-Don’t allow the failures of the past to define you. Our identity is in Christ; we are sons of God even if we don’t live or act like it.
5—-Wash yourself with the liberating truth of the Word of God concerning who you are in Christ and who He is in you. Refuse to listen to the old religious dragon in your mind or in someone else accusing you based on the old law of Moses.
6—-Thanksgiving is the cure for negativity. Understand that we have a right to praise Him in-spite of what we may have done in the place of defeat Praise Him!
7—-God knew we would fail before we did. When He made those promises to us He knew what we would do, he will use it now to work humility in us by teaching us to trust Him rather than ourselves.
Let no foul or polluting language, nor evil word nor unwholesome or worthless talk [ever] come out of your mouth, but only such [speech] as is good and beneficial to the spiritual progress of others, as is fitting to the need and the occasion, that it may be a blessing and give grace (God’s favor) to those who hear it. Eph. 4:29 Amp.
(This includes speaking to yourself)
Scott Stimson Sr.