My Dad came to visit me today. (this is a testimony I’ll share in another blog) It was an impromptu visit but very purposeful. I was discussing a life issue with him asking for fatherly advice and he said something I pondered for the remainder of the evening. His statement to me was this, “I don’t want you to have to make a choice, I want you to make a decision. ”
I had to chew on this for a minute. I didn’t understand exactly what he was saying but knew it meant something profound. I wrestled with the semantics of the words and dissected the phrases. Finally I got it. Life will present us with choices. People present us with choices. Work presents us with choices but there is often another option outside of the choices we are presented with. Making a decision will often eliminate the options. The decision for destiny determines your choices. Decide who you are. Decide what you have been called to do. Decide whom you will journey with. Decide to trust your decisions. Make a decision for destiny.
Destiny is waiting . . .