Make New Decisions
So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.
─ 1 Corinthians 10:31
Our decisions resolve questions. Our decisions are powerful. And in making decisions it’s important to ask questions such as:
- “God, what would You have for me?”
- “What would You have me to do?”
- “How can I please You in this area of my life?”
C.S. Lewis said, “Crying is alright in its way while it lasts, but you have to stop sooner or later and then you’ll still have to decide what to do.” He’s saying we can get stuck in whatever emotional state we’re in. We can be down, discouraged or lonely. We can cry and moan, but when we’re done, we still have to make a decision.
It is important to have confidence in God as we are deciding on which way to go. When we have our minds set on Christ, our habits and daily actions will change. At the end of the day, we have to make a decision, and the decisions we make matter. Our lives should be the decisions we make and then spending every day intentionally acting on those decisions.
Today’s One Thing
What one thing for the next 30 days, if you were to act on it in faith, would make the biggest difference in your life? Make the decision, develop a habit and act on it.