Confession is good for the soul. It reveals the truth that we are, as any other sinner, saved by the grace of God. To that end, our greatest battles may be as grueling as those of David when he encountered the lion, the bear, or especially the giant Goliath. As this very personal story developed, snakes and other vicious creatures made themselves known. In essence, it became a revelation. Not every battle is won; sometimes we are overtaken, and the scars of defeat will live with us forever.
In the end, it is most critical that we can boldly declare, "We have fought the good fight. We have finished the race. We have kept the faith."
Ask yourself: How can one possibly get from here to there-from the place of utter despair to one of absolute victory?
In Some Things You Never Forget, your own stories can become your path to victory, for in them you can find the God of the impossible.