God Of Second Chances
Brethren, Today is a new chance to start over again. Believing me it’s never too late to start over or try again or try something new. If you didn’t do well yesterday, just move on! Get ready to hit that ‘reset’ button and with the lessons from previous experiences, begin to take action that will bring successful results in the second chance!
When it comes to God, we can’t run out of second chances…only time. Afterall We all deserve second chances, but not for the same mistake.so be ready for God to offer you a second chance in life. God offered second chances to other people just like you and me in the bible: Moses – Exodus 1—3; Zacchaeus – Luke 19:1-10; Peter – Matthew 26:31-35, 69-75; John 21; Thief on the Cross – Luke 23:39-43; You and Me – Ephesians 2:1-10. This shows that No one is perfect and we all make mistakes. But having a second chance makes you want to work even harder as you can see with this bible characters.
Brethren, when you are travelling in a train and it goes through a tunnel and it gets dark, you don’t throw away the ticket and jump off. You sit still and trust the engineer. So, trust God today no matter how dark your situation. God says, “You are coming out!”. Afterall When we don’t do well at something or when change (especially unexpected or unwanted change) knocks us for a loop, we rarely see the opportunities within those events. But opportunity abounds and within those opportunities are our second chances. The question is what do we learn from them?
God always offers us a second chance. It’s called tomorrow. So, don’t give up against adverse circumstances instead of keep fighting. Let Tomorrow be your second chance to prove that you are better than today and yesterday. Remember It’s what you do with those second chances that count.
In conclusion remember that If at first, you don’t succeed, try, try again. Learn to accept the improvement that the results of the second chances. Second chances are opportunities for a fresh start and they do come your way. Like trains, they arrive and depart regularly. Recognizing the ones that matter is the trick.