A way to start over

"I wish I could raise my kids all over again," a friend told me recently, "and this time I'd do it right!" Nearly all of us have times when we'd like to start over on things—our marriage, our career, or maybe our whole life. Is it wrong to feel this way?

While such feelings are perhaps understandable, they may actually represent an inner yearning for spiritual rebirth. And this is a Christian demand. Jesus used a dramatic metaphor to describe making a new beginning. He called it being "born again." "Except a man be born again," he told a prominent Pharisee named Nicodemus, "he cannot see the kingdom of God."

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