Don’t Quit After A Failure!

Written by Jane van Zundert

Hi, I am Jane, I am married and a mother of four. My mission in life is to inspire and motivate you, on how you can break free from fear, shame, and resentment and start creating a balanced life, so that you can begin to enjoy your total freedom and never get stuck again in life.

August 19, 2021


Life is full of situations and also filled with hope and success. When you come across the phase of life that demands more strength, you must not lean on your understanding, instead, call on the Lord and go in His power.


Though that plan might fail if you don’t, give up you will surely come out victorious because God’s timing is perfect.
When obstacles arise in your life, stand firm in Christ. Know that it’s just a storm that will go away. Cast all your cares on the Lord and, He will see you through. Sometimes God might be trying to teach you a lesson from that storm, be alert to listen to the message in that storm.
When I was in a dark season of my life.

I was always confident that God, can never live nor forsake me. I held unto the Word of God that promise me that there will be “No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it.” 1 Corinthians 10:13


So next time you think of quitting just because of obstacles remember you serve a living God even the devil knows about the mighty power of God.
Call on Christ today, and your life will never remain the same.


Please feel free to share this post with your friends and loved ones.


Remember, I’m your sister in Christ.


Love you.


Remain blessed.

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