A life of sin or righteousness is only a decision away.
Anger is a choice. Hate is a choice. Unforgiveness is a choice. Love is a choice. Laughter is a choice. Choose wisely today.
Be led by the Lord and not society.
Be mindful of your sources of advice and counsel.
Before you make a decision, pray about it.
Do not allow interruptions in YOUR schedule to sprout ungodly behavior.
Do not allow little issues to become big problems.
Do not allow public opinion to sway your decisions.
Do not allow your desires to override sound judgment.
Do not be hasty to make a decision. You may miss the mark of God’s will.
Do not be quick to give an opinion.
Do not live your life as if you’ll always receive a second (third, fourth, fifth…) chance.
Do not take on more than you can handle.
Frustration can cloud sound judgment.
God will NEVER give you bad advice.
Hatred and revenge are not proper influences for making decisions.
How would Jesus handle your situation?
If you agree to do something, why complain about it?!
If you choose to do something, give your best effort.
Make a conscious and continuous decision to serve the Lord.
One decision can change the course of your life.
Pay attention to the signs the Lord places on your path.
Remaining silent is sometimes shown as an act of approval.
Respond to difficult situations with the Word of God.
Taking a few extra moments to pray and think through a decision can save you a lot of time, energy, money, and peace.
Taking shortcuts in life does not guarantee success.
Free choice is a precious gift.
The person you’ll be tomorrow needs you to make wise decisions today.
The right decision may be hard to make, but it’s still the right thing to do.
When a tough choice comes your way, have the courage to make the right decision.
Why you do something is just as important (if not more important) than what you do.
Your tongue can be an instrument of peace or war.