Daily Walk with the Holy Spirit

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Failure is a teacher

"Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth." Mark 9:23

Do you think that failure is an enemy to being successful?

Do you keep on getting up after each failure or do you quit?

Have you sat down and looked at the pieces to try to figure out why you keep failing?

Failure is a teacher - a harsh one, but the best.

Failure can be used as a teacher for faith.

Failure will bring us to our knees.

Failure will give us the faith and strength that will carry you through.

The greatest lesson failure can teach is that God is supreme.

Our failures reminds us that God is supreme and not us.

God is sovereign!

We can not dictate to God; we are the ones who want to lay down the terms or conditions; we want to give the orders. We want God to be the listener.

We must come to Him on His terms, not ours!

God is always at work in all our affairs, even in all those failures.

God does more than we can ever imagine.

In our failures we are being prepared by God.

We are to be His instruments.


God is not intimidated.

God is able.

We can live with any defeat, or discouragement, any despair, anything that comes our way, because He reigns forever!

We may fail, we may feel defeated, but God is at work.

While we walk it out, God is working it out!

"If God can be for us, who can be against us?" Romans 8:31b

In God's eyes the only failure that is a sin is realizing what God intends to do and we fail to do it.

"Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin." James 4:17

If you are in Christ you are not a failure!

In God, you are useful, and significant now and forever more!


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