When Adam sinned, he tried to hide from God. When Peter denied Christ, he was afraid to face him. When Jonah refused to preach to Nineveh, his fear drove him into the ocean, to flee the presence of the Lord.
Something much worse than failure is the fear that goes with it. Adam, Jonah, and Peter ran away from God, not because they lost their love for him, but because they were afraid he was too angry with them to understand.
Anyone who is afraid of failure and afraid to face challenges will never taste success,
As usual, “when things become difficult, and every effort seems to bring disappointment, it can be tempting to lower your expectations or even water down your goals and ambitions.
Success, I believe, comes to the one who dares, even after failure, to think positively and look forward confidently. If I had to give up and do like others did, I wouldn’t be writing this article.
After all, it’s only the experience that makes a man tough.
Failure doesn’t mean you’ll never make it.
It means that it will take a little longer, not that God has abandoned you but he has a better plan for you.
The so-called FAILURE is sometimes good; but it provides us with a learning experience.


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