There Is Always Another Chance

Published by Freeman Phiri on

We spend too much of our lives in the junkyard of regret. We focus on what might have been, could have been and should have been. Maybe we think that by replaying it enough we can change the outcome. But we can’t. The only thing you can control is what you do in the present. The more you replay yesterday, the further you get from today’s opportunities. And the further you move from today’s opportunities, the tougher the road back becomes. Opportunities never look as good coming as they do going. And they wait for no one, so you need to be attentive and grab them.
They come in many forms, and they can come from any direction. But one thing’s for certain: they can be seen and seized only in the present. Whatever has happened in your life, has happened. And since you can’t undo it no matter how hard you try, wipe the slate clean and go on to what’s next. We all make mistakes.
If we know the story of Jonah in the bible, Jonah’s mistake caused a storm that threatened the lives of everybody around him, and ended up taking him all the way to the bottom. But that’s not the end of his story: ‘From inside the fish Jonah prayed to…God…And the Lord commanded the fish, and it vomited Jonah onto dry land. Then the Word of the Lord came to Jonah a second time.’ ( Jonah 2:1 ;2:10–3:). He’s a God of second chances—and third, fourth, and fifth of million, billion, trillion, Zillion chance!

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Shirley Corder · May 29, 2018 at 10:03

Oh so grateful a million times over for the many chances He gives me every day! Thanks for this encouraging post! Thankful Thursday Week 21. Grow your blog with a call to action.

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