“What can I learn from yet another failure?” “How come I keep doing the same thing over and over that I know isn’t good for me?” “What do I have to do to do things better?” You probably find yourself uttering these kinds of tough questions on a regular basis. But here’s the thing. You don’t have to answer them on your own. God wants to help. And one of the best ways to get God involved is by rephrasing your questions. So instead of asking them like you usually ask them, ask them in a new way.  “Lord, what do you want me to learn about being a more faithful disciple in the midst of my failure?” “Lord, what do you want me to do differently to break that unhealthy cycle I feel stuck in?” Lord, what are the most important things you want me to focus on today?”