The questions that we ask ourselves can reveal a lot about what we believe.
Pilate’s wife is a sweet reminder to me that obedience to what God has said is more important than what others do with the advice we give.
Sometimes a decision-making embargo is just the thing to ensure I continue living from a place of health and rest instead of striving. What about you?
Recently, my decisions were motivated by fear instead of faith, but I’m thankful for the clarity that truth brings.
Instead of feeling overwhelmed by the sheer number of steps in front of you, I pray that you would have the courage to take a single step toward him, following him along the way.
I want to begin cutting unhealthy things out of my life before they become a big glaring problem. I want to be so in tune with what God’s saying that I can say ‘no’ to the things that are less than his best.
What informs your decision-making? How do you make God-honoring decisions in your everyday life?
What have we sacrificed on the altar of “fast” and “convenient”?