God loves us and often surprises us with exactly what we asked for! But, most of the time it’s wise to allow God’s Word to be our guide, for it has plenty to say about decisions we should make. Let’s pray for wisdom and discernment as we learn from God’s Word and consider asking these questions:
Would this choice contradict God’s truth?
Is this the wisest decision? (financial, relational, emotional, etc.)
Are any fears guiding my decision?
Would I regret this in a week, month, year, or ten years?
Which path brings me the most peace?
Have I sought Godly wisdom?
MORE IDEAS FROM How Do I Know God’s Will? | Devotional Reading Plan | YouVersion Bible
“Maximizing optionality” - the state of enjoying possibilities without being on the hook to do anything - is a key reason young people give when going for big school or employer.
You have only one mind, but it has two areas with different functions. One part is your conscious mind. That’s your “objective mind” your waking mind. It makes choices. The other part is your subconscious mind. It is your “deep self”. Your conscious mind can reason. Your subconscious mind doesn’t reason or argue. Your conscious mind is the gardener, but the subconscious is the garden itself. This is largely a conscious decision and we all have the power to decide the type of person we wish to be
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