The garage sale of doublemindedness
Ed talks about being double-minded in today’s devotional, based on 1 Kgs 18.21. Here’s a snippet from it:
The danger of indecision. Religious vacillation is a human tendency, Acts 24:25; 26:28. Many people are “closet” believers. They are full of deferred decisions stored away until valueless. In order to make room for more procrastination, postponed verdicts are placed in the “garage sale” of religious intentions. They are treated as cheap merchandize, as useless clutter to give away.
I know people in this situation. I in the past have been one. Spiritually, this is rebellion and rejection of God’s sovereignty.
Focus question: Is there some area where I vacillate? What deferred decision should be made today?