Galatians 6:7-9 I loved sports in High School, but the teams that we played on weren’t very good. Losing so much, especially early on in my High School life, really sucked the fun out of playing the games for me. The seasons and practice dragged on for what seemed like eternity. Game after game, we would get knocked around, and, by the fourth quarter, we had accepted defeat. We accepted the fact that we didn’t do what we needed to do to win. We accepted the consequences for our actions. In life, we need to learn to accept the consequences of our actions. We all make mistakes. We all do stupid things. There are consequences to those screw ups. We need to accept the fact that we’ve messed up and learn to deal with the fallout from them. We can be in denial all we want, but the fact is, we will reap what we sow. If we want to move beyond our mistakes, we not only have to admit to our mistakes, but we also have to be ready for the consequences of those actions. Do you struggle with admitting your mistakes and accepting the consequences. Do you blame others for the bad things are happening for you? Learn to come to grips with the fallout of your mistakes with God’s help, so you can move beyond them.]]>