Avoid Decision Fatigue!
“Where there is no guidance, a people falls, but there is safety in an abundance of counselors.” Proverbs 11:14
How can we know what is best for us? How do we find meaning and purpose in our lives? What guides our decisions? Some people believe that the answer to these questions lies within themselves, while others believe that God should play a larger role in their lives. There is no right or wrong answer, but each individual must decide what they believe is best. As Christians, it is our responsibility to seek God’s guidance when it comes to making choices.
There is no single answer to how we should live our lives. We all have different preferences, goals, and values that must be weighed to find the perfect path. But there is one thing we can all agree on: it’s better to make decisions based on what we believe rather than what someone else tells us. That’s why it’s so important to trust God with our choices – He knows best.
John 5:30 says, “I can do nothing on my own. So, therefore, I judge as I hear, and my judgment is just because I seek not my will but the will of him who sent me.”
However, when you constantly have to make decisions, big or small, it can lead to decision fatigue. This is when you’re so tired of making choices that you just give up and let someone else or something else decide for you. This can be a dangerous road to go down because it can lead to not living your life the way you want to. Instead, you’re living according to someone else’s plan or expectations. The key is learning how to trust in Divine Intervention and having faith that God will guide your steps. When you do this, your life will change for the better. You won’t be as exhausted from making decisions, and you’ll start living a more fulfilling life.
When we allow God into our lives, He becomes the ultimate authority for making decisions. In other words, because you trust in God’s divine intervention and find closure through faith, your decision-making will be less stressful and more successful. Remember our helper, the Holy Spirit is part of the trinity to help so that we don’t have to make all of our decisions for ourselves. We can trust God with everything. James 3:17 says, “But the wisdom from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, open to reason, full of mercy and good fruits, impartial and sincere.”
Holy Spirit, I grant you access to all my decision-making processes; help me to avoid further problems.
Jeremiah 33:3, Oh Lord, I called on you to reveal the great and hidden things that I have not known in Jesus’ name. Amen.