Two Doctrines & Five Questions for Making Decisions

Two Doctrines & Five Questions for Making Decisions

Decision-making can fill us with anxiety. What if I make the wrong choice? Sometimes we extend the necessary time to make a decision out of fear. But what if I told you decisions shouldn’t cause us so much stress? What if I told you that as believers we have God’s Word as a perfect standard to bring our questions to? What if I told you that despite what you choose, it is still entirely in God’s hands? What if I told you that we are blessed with the gift of wisdom for the decisions that don’t have black-and-white answers? Would any of this relieve your anxiety, friend? 

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Hope for the Indecisive in the Sufficiency of Scripture

Hope for the Indecisive in the Sufficiency of Scripture

Life presents a multitude of decisions to make: Who to marry, should I marry, what school do I attend, what degree do I take, what career do I pursue, should I accept that job, where do I live, which house do I buy, which church do I attend, which ministries should I be involved in, when should I have children… the lists goes on.

As believers, we want to make decisions that honour God. But how do we do that? Friend, I want to encourage you by saying Scripture is sufficient for any decision you need to make.

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