Nomatter what you do, God will never stop loving you. But your repeated "foolishness" can limit your potential. Of course, no one is perfect. In fact, Proverbs 24:16 teaches, "A righteous man falls seven times, and rises again." However, falling in the same area of your life ... over, and over, and over again ... will keep you from growing, succeeding, and becoming everything that you were made to be. If you’re not careful, repeated foolishness (bad habits, destructive attitudes, and unhealthy relationships) will keep you walking in circles for the rest of your life. 

"As a dog returns to its vomit,
so a fool repeats his foolishness."
(Proverbs 26:11, New Living Translation)

If you desire for God to use you in a greater capacity, or if you feel ignored or overlooked, ask yourself this question: "Have I addressed the areas in my life that God wants me to change?" Don’t waste another day allowing your "issues" to hold you back. God wants to use your life in a greater capacity – but, first, you must stop making the same mistakes. c

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