The Danger of the Question 

 
Have you ever found yourself wondering, “What would my life be like….?”

…if you never married him/her?

…if you’d never been fired from that job?

…if you’d had a better childhood?

…if you had more money?

…if you hadn’t had children so early?

…if you’d finished school?

Reflecting on life and posing questions to enhance our future can be beneficial but if we’re not careful, we can become consumed by second-guessing every decision, every mistake, every failure, and every uncontrollable circumstance of our lives. 
Living in the question is dangerous.
The enemy will do everything in his power to keep our minds occupied. His tactics could be keeping us from our purpose, our family, from forgiveness, from repentance, or from experiencing abundant life. 

He distracts us by causing us to misinterpret, misread, misperceive, misdiagnose, and misunderstand.

Satan is a master at keeping you second-guessing and keeps you stuck in the past! But Jesus is the answer!

I encourage you today: Turn your eyes on Jesus. Allow the light of the Holy Spirit to shine on your soul. 

Don’t live life in a state of discouragement because of yesterday’s decisions.

Make a commitment to yourself not to live another moment in the question. Allow God to give you peace. And through His remarkable grace and mercy, let Him be your answer!

One thought on “The Danger of the Question 

  1. Cindy Mc says:

    Life just gets better and better if you keep your focus on Him. The best is yet to come!

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