(They worked that do-over concept into the movie Galaxy Quest, but the rewind button had a fancy name: Omega 13.)
But I digress.
Reality is, we rarely, if ever, get do-overs. And I’ve yet to find a rewind button on life. If you find one, please, let me know.
But I have learned I can pause where I am right this moment — stop whatever actions or words that are destroying the end of my life story — and act differently.
Say something else.
Do something else.
Hit my knees in desperation and pray, “Lord Jesus, Son of God, have mercy,” if that’s what it takes to start new.
Because no one does “brand new” better than Him.
In Others’ Words: What does a do-over look like to you?
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