Most important, spend your energy on doing the things that please God. If you continually focus on your failure, you relive it over and over again.
Don’t let a moment become a lifetime.
Too many of us let our lives be claimed by a failure. What a waste. Instead of focusing on our weakness, we need to focus on our strengths. We need to focus on our goals: to grow, to be a good mother or father or husband and wife, or a person and friend, to work with excellence, and to do the things that please God. That kind of focus will override failure and get us to the great things God has in store for us.
Excerpt from You Are Made For More!