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Christian Decision Making Part 3

This will be the final post on our Christian decision making series. There are more questions out there, but I encourage you to keep wrestling with this. Actually, I am sure you will because this is such a common and significant issue for every person. Keep wrestling with the Biblical text, wrestle with wise and godly Christians, and make it a point to come to some conviction regarding how God leads his people in normative ways.

Question 5: I have a problem deciphering between my desires and the expectations of other people, especially people I can feel unduly pressured by or want to please, like my parents, friends, superiors, etc. How do I discern what are my own desires and what are the expectations I feel from others? Continue reading

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Christian Decision Making Q & A Part 2

Question 2: What if I have two desires that are Biblically appropriate and they both seem strong? I am able to do them and I have opportunity in both, so how do I proceed in a situation like this? Continue reading

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Christian Decision Making Q & A Part 1

We just completed a two part series on Christian decision making that I pray is helpful to my local church. If you are not a part of our community, let me recap what I taught as a Biblical way to think about decision making. Continue reading

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