Regrets: whose life is not plagued by at least a few of these nagging leftovers from the past? The things we regret doing--or not doing, as the case may be--can wear us down, reshaping our lives and our sense of self, in the process. Left unattended, regrets erode our self-esteem, our willingness to press on, even our ability to think clearly. Everything becomes shrouded by the guilt, the pain we've caused, the sense that lives have been ruined, or at least dreadfully altered, by our foolish mistakes. What's happened in our lives, however, does not have to dictate the present--or the future. We can move beyond the crippling anguish and pain our decisions may have caused. Still, restoration--true restoration--is not purely a matter of willpower and positive thinking. It's turning to the One who has taken all our griefs, sorrows, anxieties, blunders, and misdeeds to the cross and where, once and for all time, He won for us an ultimate victory, through His death and resurrection. In Jesus there is a way out of your past. There is no sin beyond pardon. Even as Peter was devastated by his callousness toward the Savior's predicament and arrest, he was restored--by the grace of God--to a life that has made a difference in the lives of untold millions through the centuries. Download this PDF. Download MP3 Audio File.