Making Decisions

Hey friends, it’s Lighten Up Monday again!

Have you ever had trouble making a decision? Sometimes having too many choices may be a good thing. I hope you enjoy hearing the story of my friend, Beth, and the relief she experienced by realizing she just needed to โ€œpick one!โ€


  1. This message needs to be shouted from the rooftops! I have never “led” anyone to the Lord by standing with them & leading him/her in the sinner’s prayer. However, I have been told often that my life of service & trust has touched many lives. I would very much like to be able to lead someone in the sinner’s prayer. However, if that is not what God wants of me, I’m okay. I will continue to live, trusting Him to use me as He sees fit.

    1. Cheryl,
      Do you believe what you’ve told about touching many lives? Live each day servicing and trusting and don’t be concerned about what ‘you would like’ – It sounds as if you are right where you should be and doing just what God wants.

      No one tells me those things and I love the Lord – consider yourself blessed and worry not about tomorrow. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Often, decision-making becomes a stressful situation, even if the consequences are not life-changing. Doubts about the rightness, fear of making a mistake, searching for the ideal path – all this prevents us from making a choice “

  3. Yes, making decisions can be very difficult sometimes, especially if we are not sure if we are making the right choice. At such moments, many turn to various methods of prediction, such as reading tarot cards or angel cards.

    Reading tarot cards is one way to gain information about the current situation, review possible consequences and find possible solutions. Tarot cards contain symbols and archetypes that can help you understand hidden aspects of a situation and make more informed decisions. Angel card reading is also a popular way to receive guidance and support from angels. Angel oracle cards contain messages and symbols that help you gain clarity and confidence in your decision making.

    You don’t have to believe in magic and mysticism to enjoy reading cards. Often these methods help you concentrate, see the situation through different eyes and find an internal answer to your questions.

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