You may lose the Fight, but you’re winning the Battle.

You may lose the Fight, but you’re winning the Battle.

Have you ever felt like you are between a rock and a hard place; your back is up against the wall with no way out? How about the pressure of life is weighing you down, and you felt like life dealt you a bad deal; have you ever felt like that?

Having to face a giant in attempt to move forward can be frightening, however we can choose to stand our ground and fight for our future, or run and hide, the choice is ours to make.

Coming face to face with our adversity is healing for the soul that yearns for help. When you reach to the point that you could speak about a past experience that injured you, and the many things that are concealed without resolve because of fear, label as a failure.

As difficult as the task might be to open your self to others, reaching out to God and others can be a step closer to being healed, and relinquish living a life of fear or being alone.

Commit your self to seek what’s needed to cure and heal your difficult situation. Seek qualified professionals in their fields of expertise as Pastor, counselor etc. Because you lost the fight, you certainly could win the battle by using these few words: I need help, this has become too difficult for me to handle.

 Free from stress and worry.
 Free from the guilt of the past.
 Free from the fear of being called a failure.
 Free to be the person that God designed you to be.
 Free from addiction.
 Free from past bad occurrences.

• You are a strong person and not weak.
• You are healed and not broken.
• You are successful and not struggling.
• You are confident and without low self-esteem.
• You are truthful and not dishonest.
• You are connected and not disconnected.
• You are restored and no longer wounded.

Remember this, delight in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart. (Psalm 37:4)

Carl Mathis: author of Life is what you make it – Seven steps to moving forward. Overcoming the obstacles of losing a spouse, having to raise three successful boys on his own and manage to write three books, he never managed to find the time to make excuses. Through his triumph over personal troubles, he strives to not only inspire and uplift, but to encourage people worldwide to find their purpose and begin walking in it. For booking info or to find out more about Carl Mathis, visit


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