As you know, we all fail in many ways. Moral failure. Marital failure. Parental failure. Business failure. The list could go on and on.
The question is not whether we will fail, but what we do with the failure? This is such a huge question that Matt Chandler, teaching pastor at the Village Church in Dallas, TX, says, “The litmus test of whether or not you understand the gospel is what you do when you fail.”
What we are going to discover this Sunday is that there is a religious response and a gospel response. They are as different as night and day, and will make a really significant difference in how you see yourself, relate to God, and to other people. We need to believe and act upon the fact that in light of God’s grace, failure is not final! The implications of this gospel bottom line will affect how we deal with problems in marriage, parenting issues, workplace conflict and every other area of life.
I can’t wait to share this message with you!
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