On Love and Regrets

Mark Batterson just released a new book: IF: Trading Your If Only Regrets for God’s What If Possibilities. (On my list, it’s one of the top three books I’ve ever read. Yes, it’s that good!) I’m currently working on a blog post to share more with you about this amazing resource, but in the meantime, I just wanted to quickly share two thoughts with you to encourage you wherever you’re at on your journey of faith today. The first is one of many I have highlighted in my IF book; the second is mine.

“The enemy wants to leverage [your sin] against you—blackmailing you with feelings of shame. God wants to leverage it for you. Don’t let regret stalk you the rest of your life. Repentance is a restraining order against regret. It’ll still come around now and then, but that’s when you make a beeline for the cross!” —Mark Batterson, #IFBook

“In this day, this moment, He loves you. He didn’t stop loving you because of what you did a few minutes ago or last week, last month, last year, or even last decade. God’s love is unchanging, unconditional, unselfish, and unending!” —bls

Have a wonderful Wednesday! Keep moving forward!