Each day is filled with decisions. Everywhere we go and everything we do, a decision must be made.
- You had to decide what clothing you would wear.
- You had to decide what meal you would cook.
- You had to decide what gas station you would go to.
- You had to decide if your shower from last night was sufficient enough to just “wash up” because you made the decision to hit the snooze but a gazillion times, which prevented you from showering this morning.
In your decision making process, did you consult the Lord beforehand or after the results from the decision you made were not favorable?
When did you pray and were you fervent in your prayer to receive what your prayed for? Did you wait to hear from the Lord after the prayer? Pray. Then after you pray, you must wait. Regardless of how big or small the decision is, become more consistent with communicating with our Father. Don’t wait until there is no other option. Oftentimes we get so far gone into a situation that we forget or we do not remember how we have gotten to where we are.
If we pray more consistently, it should also keep us from saying or doing something we should not.
Proverbs 16:32 (NLT) Better to be patient than powerful; better to have self-control than to conquer a city.