Decisions, Decisions!

 

trust fall

We make decisions every day. Our choices can affect the future and we take that power that we have to make decisions for granted. Deciding to move forward or wait patiently have equal value. It’s not deciding at all that can cause chaos in our lives. The fear of making the wrong decision often paralyzes us from making any decision at all. There is a weird sense of comfort in resting in the arms indecisiveness.

This past year I was faced with several life alternating decisions. I made several choices that were painstaking, like divorce, starting a new job, and sharing my story with the whole world. It has been difficult at times to pray about it all. I wanted God to show me how to get through it all with a crystal clear lenses. I wanted the easy way out. It was the opposite, making decisions was painful and I hated it every step of the way. Life is filled with options and God gave us free will. It seemed so daunting to figure things out. Mentally I was done, but in the end my faith was being strengthen. God made a way out of no way and showed me how far I have grown. It’s like the trust exercise. I decided to fall backward and trust that God would catch me. He did!

It was the opposite, making decisions were painful and I hated it every step of the way. Life is filled with options and God gave us free will. It seemed so daunting to figure things out. Mentally I was done, but in the end, my faith was being strengthened. God made a way out of no way and showed me how far I have grown. It’s like the trust exercise. I decided to fall backward and trust that God would catch me. He did!

Life is filled with options and God gave us free will. It seemed so daunting to figure things out. Mentally I was done, but in the end, my faith was being strengthened. God made a way out of no way and showed me how far I have grown. It’s like the trust exercise. I decided to fall backward and trust that God would catch me.

He did!

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