First- I totally get what this is saying. As a religious person, I know God has my back. He never leaves me and loves me for who I am. I am not, by any means, I'm a perfect person. But, I do try hard to live a good life, full of achievements, big or small; full of happy moments; full of kindness and charity.
With that being said, this quote kinda rubs me the wrong way when it says, "...because I fail him daily." FAIL is such a strong word. It makes it sound like my life, each day, is a failure. Like I haven't done anything right to please God. Yes, I sin every day, but that is part of this life; part of living. It does not make me a failure.
Am I reading too far into this quote? Probably. I know they were playing off the word "fail" but it's little things like this that can make people have doubts about God. Why believe in something I am going to fail at constantly? Goodness, that sounds impossible.
Life is hard enough without being reminded about failing.... Shouldn't we focus on the positives. I like this simple quote instead: