Where Did I Go Wrong?

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Mistakes are inevitable, no one is perfect! We should, of course, the least amount of mistakes the better! We learn from our mistakes and when we see the mistakes of others. It is important to focus on what was learned rather than the spilled milk. No use blaming anything or anyone. Most importantly, try to change the situation and learn how to correct it. Where did I go wrong? Jesus talks about this and mentions two things. 1 Scripture: "not knowing the scriptures" The Word of God is the teaching to teach us to live well. It is "profitable for teaching, for correction, for instruction in righteousness" (II Timothy 3:16). When we seek guidance from God's Word, the Lord teaches us and reminds through the Holy Spirit, what should we do (John 14:26). The Word of God is perfect (Psalms 9:7) and teaches us to walk in the light of the Lord (Psalm 119:105). When we fulfill the will of God revealed in Scripture, we are sure to be correct (Psalm 1:1-6). The Word of God teaches us! It is important to learn from it and apply what we learn! 2 Power of God We know the power of God through the experiences with the Lord. When we pray, for example, the power of God is on our life. The power of God manifests the great works of the Lord (Hebrews 12:28,29). When we know the power of God, we do what is right for fear (Psalm 111:10). The Holy Spirit reveals the power of God in our hearts convincing us of our mistakes (John 11:8). Seek the Holy Spirit to pour out his power over his life (Acts 1:8), filling you to how to live better. The Holy Spirit teach you to hit! Try again! Perhaps in your life, things are going wrong because you did not seek to learn the word of God or even used the power of the Lord. But there is still time to change. Jesus wants us to live well (John 10:10). If we seek only knowledge, we can become only theoretical. So we need to know the power that makes us feel dependent on the Lord. Always will be capable of making mistakes. But to hit more, it needs to know these two truths: the Scriptures and the power of God. This experience delivers us from error and leads us to what is right. You will get it! If you need to speak with us and need help in prayer please reach out to us at contact@diveinscripture.com or text "@diveins" to 81010



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