Wrong Answers

I thank God that I am in much better spirits today than I was on Sunday! The great thing about life is that it is always moving…

“A prudent person with insight foresees danger coming and prepares himself for it. But the senseless rush blindly forward and suffer the consequences.”-Proverbs 22:3 TPT

Insight in our lives comes from roughly two ways: 1) as a witness through self-experience or 2) as a spectator through other’s experience. And of course, God plays an integral role in gleaning messages from our mistakes and those of others.

When you have a question with 4 answer choices and you choose the wrong one, you learn something important! Although you didn’t get the right answer, you now know what the right answer isn’t. Our choices in life are typically one of the two: 1) good or 2) bad. Of which our good choices reinforce the things we should do, like drink water and exercise, while our bad choices remind us of the things we shouldn’t do, like overindulge on everything the eye sees on Thanksgiving J

The luxury of perception is afforded to you with each and every outcome of the decisions you make. It doesn’t have to be a pity party but a learning luau! Wrong answers are just as helpful as the right ones…

Until Sunday,

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