Making decisions is one of life's more interesting actions. Too many of us admit that we hate decisions. All growth as a human and certainly as Christians is predicated on making decisions. As far as we know we did not make a decision to be born but soon after life is one decision after another. The Bible is chock full of this crossroad thus a decision must be made. The first man and woman faced the tough decision of rather to obey God or believe the lie that God is unfair. That original lie still abounds wrapped in varied garments.
We face two truths about our life: 1.We must make decisions. To fail to decide is to make the wrong decision. 2. We must assume responsibility for the consequences of our decisions. It is obvious that Adam and Eve failed to grasp the enormous consequences of their decision. Most people who are deceived or willful in disobedience do not consider all the facts.
William Marriott Sr. noted for making wise business decisions and doubtful spiritual ones wrote: "Men grow by making decisions and assuming responsibility for them."
We now have a multitude walking around that will not make a decision and refuse to accept the consequences without complaining. This trait trickles down from Adam.
Joshua 24:15 "And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve;" In part.