“I used to be indecisive, but now I’m not so sure.”

This is a phrase that has been bandied around in our household for some years now, just like:

“What do you want to do?”

“I don’t know! What do you want to do?”

both of which usually brings with it a giggle. 

I find the older I get, the more difficult I find it to make a decision, afraid that it will be the wrong one. After all, I’m a pensioner and can’t afford to get it wrong. Time is running out so does it really matter?

I guess the answer depends on the importance of what you are concerned about. If it is ‘”Should I change the colour of the walls in my lounge or stick with what I have because I do like it?” It just needs freshening up and, if it wasn’t for that crack, I wouldn’t even bother.

Well then no it’s not overly important!

However, if it is a challenge that the Lord has given you, there are more things to weigh up.

Let’s surmise that you have an idea in your head. You think it might have been placed there by the Lord, so in your book you think that must be ok, but then the parrot sitting on your shoulder starts to whisper doubts in your ear. 

You need confirmation.

You’re not on your own.

Gideon asked God three times to confirm he’d got it right. 

I’m rather like that myself, especially when it seems to me that God is taking His time in coming up trumps. Philippians 4 tells us to present our requests before God, not to be anxious for anything.

It might well be that in hindsight it’s when we see God’s interaction.

We just need Faith. It doesn’t demand details and explanations. It just keeps moving forward trusting God for the right results.

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