We have established that failure is a real-world inevitability, and that we have reasons for failures, but we need a little bit more than these reassurances when we are standing in the rubble of shattered dreams. What ammunitions is available to us in God’s Word. Allow me to suggest 6 Biblical steps to deal with failure:1. Acknowledge your Failure (Luke 15:21) – It is no good to call it something else, call it by its name. There will be no peace in your heart until you confess your failure and turn toward the Lord to move forward.2. Accept God’s forgiveness (Psalm 103:10) God doesn’t deal with us on the basis of our failures, but in the light of His grace. 3. Apply the Lessons of Failure toward Success (Phil. 3:13-14) – The great redeeming factor of failure is this: We can learn something through failure we could never learn otherwise.4. Accept failure as a fact of life, not a way of life (Matthew 26:69-75) – Always remember that failure is an event not a person. Failure is not final.5. Arise from Failure and start again (the Book of Jonah) As long as we listen to the voice of God, the best is yet to come.6. Avoid judging Failure in others (1 Corinthians 11:28) – We must take great care before tending to the little filing cabinets in our minds, the place where our people observations are stored. Always remember God takes the time to look at our heart, to understand our actions. Remember, my friends, Beauty can spring from failure, and victory from defeat. It all comes as God works in our hearts and lives to mold us into the image of His Son.