Some Christians can’t make a decision and stand with it, you see them make a decision and then change again and again like a chameleon. One of the things you must pray for is that God should baptise you with the strength of decision-making power in your willpower. The devil is not afraid of your desires; he is only scared of your decisions. An undecided man is a man that will always fail in life no matter what he is involved with.
One of the initial launching powers for greatness in life and destiny, for becoming all that God wants you to become, for becoming unshakable, is to be decided. That is why God wants to educate your decision-making process so that once you are decided it is like a key and lock that is set and fixed, but under God.
This will help you to decide right in the direction of what God has planned for you to do. Deciding that, “I am marrying this woman and this is the only woman I am going to stay with all through my life, I am not looking for any other one” is a good decision. You have three children and you decide that you are going to give your best to them, raise them well and they will not suffer.
I made a decision that I would not start anything I am not going to finish. If I am not interested in finishing something, I will rather not start it at all because there are too many people that are starters and not finishers. Sometimes in the battles and game of life, it is not a game of skill; it is a game of stamina. The one that has the longest stamina is going to win outright. You must make a decision to be a finisher; start something and finish it. It doesn’t matter who else is not going on with you, decide to get to the end of anything you start. There must be certain decisions you’re going to make and salvation gives us a launchpad to make righteous decisions, decisions that are in alignment with God’s ready-made decisions over our lives.
PRAYER: Lord, baptise me with the strength of decision-making power in my willpower in Jesus’ name. Amen!
BIBLE IN A YEAR: Genesis 13:5-15:21, Matthew 5:27-48, Psalm 6:1-10, Proverbs 1:29-33