VIDEO Failed, but Not Finished – The Crucifixion of Jesus

And the Lord turned and looked at Peter. Then Peter remembered the word of the Lord, how He had said to him, “Before the rooster crows, you will deny Me three times.” So Peter went out and wept bitterly. Luke 22:61-62

It doesn’t happen often, thankfully, but it does happen: An employee makes a serious mistake that costs the company a large amount of money—and the employee is let go from his job. Whatever the reason for the mistake—negligence, poor judgment, or an honest error—the employer can’t risk it happening again.

Aren’t you thankful God has a different perspective on our failures? Granted, most of our failures may be small. But the principle of holiness is that to fail in one thing is like to fail in everything (James 2:10). If God judged us on our works, none of us could be saved. Before he came to understand grace, the apostle Peter probably thought he was finished when he denied knowing Christ three times. Yet Jesus, after the resurrection, reached out to Peter and embraced him, recommissioning Peter in His service (John 21).

Never forget: We are saved by grace through faith, not by works. Our salvation, and our ministry, is the gift of God (Ephesians 2:8-10).

Remember that failure is an event, not a person. Zig Ziglar

Drive Thru History with Dave Stotts: The Crucifixion of Jesus (Full Episode)

The Crucifixion of Jesus (Full Episode): Drive Thru History host, Dave Stotts, visits Israel as He explores Jesus’ agonizing crucifixion and investigates the locations for Golgotha and the tomb of Jesus. Watch full episodes of Drive Thru History:

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