Have you found that some of the many choices you make on a daily basis have become habits that don’t serve you well? We have to become intentional about avoiding those poor choices to experience a better way of life.
Do you want to make a positive impact and leave the world around you a bit better than you found it? Then let’s choose to make wiser decisions remembering that words matter, character counts, and our conduct – what we think, say, and do reveals our heart.
The purpose of this 31-day devotional series is to help us all focus on godly characteristics and attributes that can become a daily part of our character and equip us to make wise choices.
When we make wise choices based on God’s Word, they will bring us the satisfaction in life that we all long for, which will gradually transform our lifestyle into one that will be an example for others and point them to Christ.
My goal in this series is to help you fall in love with Jesus in a new and fresh way as we discuss all these character qualities that He modeled for us in the Scriptures. As we focus our attention on His attributes and embrace an eternal perspective, imitating what he modeled for us, the more we will think and act like Him. Isn’t that awesome? We become like those with whom we spend the most time.
The way we think affects how we feel, and how we feel affects the way we behave. If we want to change the way we act, we must go back and change our thoughts and choices.
We are only as close to God as we choose to be. Keep in mind, God gives us the freedom to make choices; however, we have to deal with and don’t get to choose the consequences of both the good and bad choices we make.
Jesus chose to die for us. The least we can do is to choose to live for Him.
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