God wants us all to live our calling and destiny. In fact, if we truly deal with our issues and overcome our lure to the sins that cause us to stumble, we will usually become more effective at helping others.
Even though Peter failed miserably it did not change God’s call on his life. In John 20, when Jesus repeatedly questioned Peter about his love, Peter was unable to affirm that he loved the Lord; however, each time Jesus reminded him, “I still want you to feed my sheep.” Yes, Peter needed to deal with his issues (just like we should deal with ours when we fall) but one thing we can be sure of is the omnipresent God knew all of our future failures when He called us.
JOIN ME this week and let’s discover what needs to happen in your life to get up and rediscover your destiny. God wants to turn your weakness to strength; He wants what was meant for a curse to turn to a blessing just as it did with Job, Abraham, David, Paul, Peter and all who have followed God!