Don’t Dwell on the Past

The Apostle Paul once said, “Forgetting those things which are behind, I press toward the mark of the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.” Sometimes we dwell on our past mistakes and failures so much that it prevents us from becoming future successes. Remember, there are two days in the week that you can do nothing about, and those are yesterday and tomorrow Yesterday because what has happened in the past cannot be undone, whether good or bad, it is carved in stone. No matter much we may cry, regret or feel guilty, it is done, and tomorrow, because it has not yet come. Tomorrow will take care of itself. Therefore, live for today! Dwelling on yesterday and living in the past prevents us from becoming what God wants us to become tomorrow.

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