Saturday, 2 April 2016

Five Minute Friday (on a Saturday): Decide


So I missed writing this on Friday, so did it on a Saturday instead! It is still Friday in the US so that counts, right?! If you're new to the Five Minute Friday idea, you set a timer for five minutes and write on the prompt word. No editing, no over-thinking, just writing.

Being an adult seems to come with so many decisions. Some more mundane and others so much bigger. Sometimes I find it easy to make decisions and at others, I can barely wrap my head around all the implications. 

I have seen God taking me on a journey of big decisions over the past couple of years (aside from getting married and having a child which are obviously the biggest before then). Another decision was presented to me yesterday and it surprised me to note how different my internal response was from just half a year ago when presented with another decision that feels similar. Yes, I am being intentionally vague! I felt more at peace and confident of God guiding me through the process. It didn't knock me off my steady patch for the rest of the day/week. I trust that with prayer, talking to some trusted advisors and faith to take a leap if needed, I will get my answer and walk forward in it. 

Linking up with the Five Minute Friday crew over on Kate Motaung's blog.

6 comments:

  1. There are so many decisions to be made. But we can be at peace when we go to God for wisdom and be patient to follow His leading. May God bless you and give you the answer you need in this time. I've not written a #FMF post in a couple of weeks. Not sure if I will get to it this time either.

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  2. Looking forward to the blog revealing the next steps 😊

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  3. Looking forward to the blog revealing the next steps 😊

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  4. Excited to hear, I too will be waiting for the revealing! :-)

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  5. Excited to hear friend. So glad to have you back with us at FMF. I'm in the #7 spot this week.

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  6. Praying for God to give you clarity as you decide! If it's from Him, He will let you know exactly what He wants you to do!

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