He’s more concerned with who you are than what you’ve done.
Those moments where you’re failure feel deep, look up, the light is at the top of the hole- not the bottom.
It all made sense. This is love. This is grace. This is Jesus. This is life.
Perspectives often can shift negative and fear makes us back out or quit (in some cases, when the risk isn’t worth the reward, quitting is okay), choosing to see the opportunity and the positive is what sets the special ones apart from the critics.
By most accounts, I have that success- a great job, a beautiful house, the vehicles, and the “stuff.” By my own account though, I lost what truly made childhood, school, and life so special: the people and the journey.