Overcoming Regret Pt. 2: We are all celebrating, making much of, something today? When I made much of what was missing, I couldn’t see all the goodness around me. To overcome regret and disappointment we will need to learn to celebrate what “is” instead of “what’s not”.
Originally posted on Aaron Conrad:
1. Never shake a man’s hand sitting down. 2. There are plenty of ways to enter…
After what I saw, I whispered to myself, “I hope he burns in hell.” Is it possible to hate injustice and still love people?
We all fight alone sometimes. Why? Here are 3 reasons we choose to handle things on our own. . .
Where do we begin the process of overcoming regret? Good grief. Healthy grief allows us to clarify our values, hold on to what is good and move toward what is best.
Have regrets? Regret is a thief that paralyzes us in the moment and robs the very thing we hope for today. How should we deal with regret?
Obedience is to discipline what works are to faith; you can have one without the other, but there is a more holy and complete option, and it pleases God when we choose it.
Patience reveals value for something or someone other than my own preference or agenda.