The words “Tragedy” and “Triumph” sound similar phonetically, but have completely different meanings. A tragedy is “an event causing great suffering, destruction and distress.” Triumph is “joy or satisfaction resulting from a success or victory.” While being opposite in meaning, these two words are strongly related given success is often born out of failure.
We see the similar dynamic at play in this series, it all depends on your point of view.
Scripture reference: I John 3:4, John 16:8, I Cor. 16:22, I John 3:23, Romans 7:7, Exodus 20:1-17, Galatians 5:14, Numbers 20:10, 2 Samuel 12:13, Romans 3:20-26