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Yet the Cowboys were winning by 24 by 20, the Lions were driving the ball down the field in the last few minutes of the Wild Card playoff game. Then, all of a sudden, Demarcus Lawrence picked up the fumbled ball. In the excitement of recovering a fumble, Lawrence ran towards the direction of the touchdown. But a Lion came, tackle Lawrence, and soon recovered the ball.
Several plays later, while the Cowboy fans were fuming under their breath, Lawrence tackled the Lion quarterback, who fumbled the ball. The same rookie whom the fans were upset at became the hero for recovering the ball and this time he stayed on the ground. One kneel later and the game was over.
This reminds me of the story of Jonah. He was given the chance of bringing Nineveh to repentance, but he disobeyed. After being stuck in the belly of a whale, Jonah convinced Nineveh to stop sinning.
Sometimes, we may accidentally do wrong or deliberately sin. We try to do good, but sometimes mess up. But sometimes we are given a second chance. A second chance to do right and to make up for our wrong.
When we don’t know what’s the right thing, we are given a pep talk on how to do it correctly and we can do it right the second time. And if we deliberately do wrong, then we should repent and do it right the next time.
Not only we are given second chances, we should give second chances. There are many opportunities to give a second chance. We should treat others the way we want to be treated.
“Our God is a God of second chances.”
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