2 Sure Ways to Make the Right Choices in 2020

01/01/20 at 06:00 AM | Published Under Charis Staff

Adapted from “Decisions Determine Your Destiny” by Andrew Wommack

I’m sure you’ve heard the statement “Life is a series of choices.”

To some, that’s too simple, but it really is true. Your decisions determine your destiny.

You make decisions every day that move you closer to your God-ordained destiny—or away from it. There is no such thing as just sitting still or putting God’s plan for your life on hold. That’s a deception. God’s will for you is intertwined with His will for others, and that is a constantly moving and changing dynamic. It’s like catching a flight. You can miss it

There is always a later flight with God. But who wants the hassle, disappointment, and delay that comes with missing a connection? I want God’s best. Don’t you?

  • Those who are ahead of you can be valuable sources of information. It doesn’t matter how you feel about them personally. The fact that they have already been down that road gives them insights that you need. You would be foolish not to draw on the insights of others who have gone before you.
  • The Holy Spirit will guide you into all truth and show you things to come (John 16:13). We have a personal, spiritual guide. We just have to take the time to ask and to hear all that the Spirit has to say. Take time daily to listen to God’s will for you for the day, the month, and the year.

Every one of us has a God-ordained destiny that is designed to touch others. We are carrying other people’s miracles. I don’t think we fully comprehend this. 

Are you certain that the decisions you are making every day are the ones the Lord wants you to make? If you can’t answer that affirmatively, then what is stopping you? Most people don’t intentionally decide to miss their destinies; they just get busy with the cares of this life, and before they know it, they are in a rut that they can’t seem to get out of.

But remember, your life is the result of choices—YOUR choices. Others can influence or hinder you, but your choices are the determining factor of your destiny. 

It is never too late to make the right choices.