The Analysis Paralysis

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There is no perfect decision. If you desire to please Him with the decision you make and afterward it proves to be a mistake, it’s an error not an end.

When I was little, I wanted to play on the monkey bars more than anything else.

But I was afraid. I couldn’t get myself to release one hand from the first bar and to grab the next one. No matter how hard I tried, the fear of falling paralyzed me.

I still feel like this sometimes when making a decision. I ponder and pray. I analyze the how and what ifs.  I desperately want to know what is the right decision to make!

Suddenly I find myself hanging on that first bar, paralyzed from moving forward.

God is eliminating this analysis paralysis by showing me there is no perfect decision. If I desire to please Him with the decision I make and afterward it proves to be a mistake, it’s an error not an end.

 

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