How to Respond to Failure


We're human; we fail. It's inevitable. But it's how we respond to failure that truly makes a difference, especially when it comes to sexual sin. Sexual sin creates shame in our conscious that takes hold unlike any other. It's important to respond like David does in Psalm 51: He acknowledges his sin fully, asks God to restore the joy of salvation, and allows God to use his story to teach others and bring them back to God. God loves us no matter our past, present, or future - Christ died for us already knowing all of that! Don't be ashamed of your story; share it to teach others that they can have a story of God's love too.

Garrett RaburnNov 17, 2015Psalms 51

In This Series (7)
Anxiety: A Perspective Problem
Jonathan PokludaDec 1, 2015
God Comes Through for His People
David MarvinNov 24, 2015
How to Respond to Failure
Garrett RaburnNov 17, 2015
God Fully Knows and Fully Loves You
David MarvinNov 10, 2015
The Good Shepherd
Jonathan PokludaNov 3, 2015
God Is In Control
Jonathan PokludaOct 27, 2015
Satisfying the Soul
David MarvinOct 20, 2015