“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die;…” Ecclesiastes 3:1, 2a KJV
We find ourselves standing at many crossroads in life needing to make decisions. The situation may simply be what to make for supper or as complex as where to purchase a home…nevertheless, decide we must. The decision will ultimately bring some consequence; joy or sorrow, relief or regret, peace or distress.
There’s a crossroad that we all encounter… always appearing different, yet the same. Jesus stands down the narrow road, while the other is broad and inviting… Which way to go? What calls to our souls?
In the end the most important choice that any of us will ever make is to follow the Lord and live for Him. That choice will bring indescribable joy… it won’t always be easy, but we’ll be able to experience the ‘peace that passeth all understanding’ because of His perfect love for us.
The other day I wrote about the death of my dear friends son… through his death, came the life of one of mine…
Each one of us comes to a point in our lives where we need to make the decision to follow the Lord…or sadly not.
Salvation… freedom… peace
“While my heart is tender Lord…”
Until next time,
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