Mary Beth writes:
“Make good choices” is a catch-phrase that you often hear, especially if you’re a parent helping your kids think about the cause and effect their actions create. So does this catch-phrase also work for adults? Today I was reminded to choose to please the Lord (How, Lord?) and would also make me just a little more creative in the process! So, rather than looking at my “upside-down-from-how-I’d-like-them-to-be”circumstances, or the “going-to-hell-in-a-handbasket” mess in the world, I chose to exchange my will for His, and received my smile and my future back; I chose to keep looking at Jesus to reflect Him to unsmiling faces almost everywhere; and I chose to find my way back into His Presence in order to receive all He Is & has for me. Finding my place as His child, I receive “guidance, spiritual prosperity, future posterity, divine secrets, His covenant, and deliverance”. (Spirit-Filled Life Bible). Making good choices for me means choosing to continually return to Him.

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