Life is full of choices and decisions. We all have been given the gift of free will. The hardest part of this isn’t necessarily making a decision, rather it is holding yourself accountable for what happens after your decision and being open to changing things as you move forward in life.
Look around you…take inventory. How are things going in your life? If it is not good from your perspective…look in a mirror…that is the best place to start to make a change in your life, start with you. On the other hand, if things look ok or pretty good from your perspective, give thanks and praise and begin to think about how you can share and support others.
No matter what your result, good or bad, we all have made decisions in our past that have led to where we are today…right now. I encourage you to think about what those decisions have been so you can identify what has put you on this path. If it has been bad look for ways to improve on your current situation…I caution you here, do not believe you can go back to change a decision that occurred in the past to make things better now…instead, live in the present, learn from the poor decision and make new decisions to improve things going forward. If you can identify decisions in the past that have been good and led to great things learn what you can and share to help others.
This reflection can be helpful because sometimes when we look back things have changed and what we thought was a good or bad decision at the time it was made might be different now and we can learn things for life going forward. None of this is easy…we were never promised easy…we have always been promised Hope…and you can have Hope every day, if you choose to believe and follow Jesus. As always the bible provides instructions in this matter…
“Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.”
I pray we all ask for wisdom so we can make decisions that will lead to Life.
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Vincent thanks for giving us this great insight. As Will Rodgerssaid “Even if your on the right track, You’ll get run over if you just sit there.” So let’s get moving! #ParttimeJerry
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Hi Vincent- Thank you for sharing my post with your followers…may God continue to bless you and your ministry.