Wow! What a great NFC Championship game. As a Packer fan I was not pleased with the results. I would have loved to watched the Pack play in a Super Bowl this year. But instead of crying and praying plagues of frogs and locusts to the individuals who text me to rub it in….I am going to look at three things I learned.
First, never give up. It doesn’t matter what slump you are in or what you are walking through. NEVER give up. Keep fighting. Keep trying different plays to change the outcome of your situation. It is not over until the final whistle.
Second, it does not matter how you started only how you finish. Listen, we all blow it. Make mistakes. Mess up. God does not care about what you did last year, month, day, or hour but rather what you are going to do with right now. He is a God of grace and second chances. His mercies are new each day. He provides fresh manna each morning. If you did not start the game real strong, switch some things up, and finish like a NFC Champ.
Finally, coaching matters. Seattle kept fighting and calling plays to try different things to score. I also don’t necessarily feel that kicking all of the field goals in the red zone against the defending champs was great coaching. Sometimes you have to GO FOR IT. Point is, coaching matters. Each play you call matters. Also, it is not just one coach. There are assistant coaching who are helping to call the plays and guide the game. Who are the coaches in your corner helping to call the plays? THEY MATTER! Find a coach for your current season that can help you go from down and out to the Super Bowl.