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Sermon: Letting Go of Regret-Finding New Hope

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Sometimes, we carry a heavy feeling called regret in our hearts. Today, let’s talk about something important: “Letting Go of Regret- Finding New Hope.” Together, we will look at how we can feel better with the help of God’s words.

Understanding Why Regret Feels Heavy

Regret is like a heavy backpack that makes it hard to move forward. The Bible says in Hebrews 12:1, “Get rid of anything that holds you back, and let’s keep going.” It’s time to let go of things that make us sad.

God Promises to Forgive Us

The Bible also says in 1 John 1:9 that “if we tell God we’re sorry, He will forgive us and make us clean again.” God’s forgiveness is like a big hug that makes us feel better and helps us leave regret behind.

Learning from Stories in the Bible

The Bible has stories about people who felt really sorry but found hope in God’s love. Think about King David, who made mistakes but found forgiveness and a fresh start (Psalm 51). These stories teach us that God can help us start again, no matter what.

Saying Sorry and Changing for the Better

To feel better, we need to say sorry to God and try to do better. Acts 3:19 says, “Turn back to God, and He will forgive your mistakes.” Saying sorry and trying to be better is like opening a door to a happier life.

Living for Today and Looking Forward

The Bible in Philippians 3:13-14 says, “Forget about what happened before and look forward to what’s coming next.” Letting go of regret helps us enjoy today and be excited about what’s coming in the future.


As we talk about “Letting Go of Regret: Finding New Hope,” remember what Isaiah 43:18-19 says: “Don’t think too much about the past. God is doing something new, and it’s like a fresh start.” God’s love can help us leave regret behind and look forward to happier days. Wishing you new hope and joy

Read Also: Sermon – Walking the Path of Forgiveness

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