1 Cor. 10:11-13
Some of us find it difficult not only to move on from our sorrows but also from our mistakes. However, if we are not careful, the mistakes of the past can hang around our necks and feet like chains, which hinders our progress. There is a tendency to think that we may never succeed again because we failed in the past. Learning the lessons of life from our failures, mistakes, and missteps is a common theme in Scripture, from the Old Testament into the New Testament.
There are many examples. In 1 Cor. 10, Paul, quoting references from the Old Testament, said these stories that happened are written down as examples for our learning. So it may surprise you to know that past mistakes or failures do not have to be a stumbling block but can actually be a stepping stone to our success. Join us this week as we learn to grow from our mistakes and succeed where we have failed in the past.