Good Friday is the only true “Friday for Future”. It is the only Friday in history that can determine the future of our planet and of all humanity. Good Friday was the day of Jesus’ crucifixion.
As we pursue our dreams, build our ministries or climb the career ladder, it is so easy to run ahead of God. We strive, push, struggle - and burn out. Isaiah 40:31 tells us, that if we wait on God, he will renew our strength and we will soar like eagles.
How can we handle challenges in a godly way? How can we expect God to help us through difficult seasons in life? In 2 Chronicles 16:9, the Bible tells us that God is very keen to strengthen and support those, whose hearts are loyal to him.
Forgetting the past and forgiving ourselves is essential if we want to step into God's purpose for our life. If we don't forgive ourselves, we will not be able to move forward.