God can’t create failures. That’s the first thing you need to know. He will never create a failure. The perfect example is Jesus Christ. Jesus’ life was taken and He was yet not a failure. Jesus was actually the ultimate sacrifice for all of us. This means we have no reason to complain or have a pity party about our current or past situation. If you are in a tough situation, you need to find out where the disconnect is between you and God. Have you prayed? Have you committed your life? Have you asked for forgiveness?
If you’ve reconciled your relationship with God, then you could simply be coming out of your storm. If you are leaving the storm you were in, this is even more reason to give God praise. He is correcting the mistakes you made or possibly, someone made for you. The last thing you should be doing is complaining or start to have doubts in the God we serve. If this was a fairytale, then maybe things could change how you want them to. In real life, there is a process. The process varies with each individual.
It is possible that your challenges could change overnight, but this shouldn’t determine how you praise God. Your praise should be just as powerful as the person whose life was spared. You shouldn’t have to go through an extreme experience to give God what He deserves. This is because God doesn’t make mistakes, so there are no failures. You’re just as important as any of His children that He allowed to live and breathe on this earth. The only challenge now is, will you praise Him? Will you accept your mistakes and still choose God? Will you stop belittling yourself and take the position that He blessed you with? Will you stop worrying about what the world says and focus on what God says?
Every day, every hour, every minute, every second is just as important as the next one. Time is too precious to waste. Thank God in advance for what He’s going to do, definitely thank God for what He’s doing, and for what He’s already done.