If you haven't figured it out yet let me encourage you to see something that will greatly help you. Not all of your ideas are good. Some of them are bad. And God will often let you flail and fail out there for very good purposes. And when you fail do not lose the opportunity to find grace in the midst of it.
I believe this is especially important for pastors to understand. It's one of the most important lessons I have learned in 16 years of pastoral ministry: failure is to be expected and learned from. I have misspoke, misstepped, and missed the mark in more ways than I can explain here. And failing hurts. Most of us of are afraid of it. Leaders in particular are afraid of failure since it's always a bit more of a public spectacle.
I'm not talking about moral failure that disqualifies someone from the ministry, but ministerial failure. It may sometimes involve sin, but more often it's poor judgment or simply the bad execution of an idea. And while we must always take ownership for our failures, we don't have to be defeated by them. In fact, I have found that there is much grace to be found in failure if I will seek the Lord through it.
Over at Christianity.com I point out four ways we can find the grace of God in our failures.
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