No One Wants to Fail

No One Wants to Fail

No one actually sets out to fail. We try our best, give it our all, wanting and hoping that what we have to offer will be enough. Still, we fail at times. The question isn’t ‘if’ we will fail, but when . . . and how . . . and what happens next. Peter’s relationship with Jesus points the way. Think of how often Peter thought he knew better than Jesus. And time and again, he was proved wrong. But Jesus didn’t discard Peter because of failure. He taught him. He corrected him. He sought him out. Jesus does the same with us. And He wants us to do the same with those we lead. As we lead like Jesus, we can help others learn to acknowledge and recover from failure, too.

Again Jesus said, “Simon son of John, do you love me?” He answered, “Yes, Lord, you know that I love you.” Jesus said, “Take care of my sheep.” – John 21:16

Prayer: Jesus, teach me to forgive and love like You do. In Your name, amen.

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