Fixing a Morally-Bad Decision series
Under Pressure The morally-bad decision we make under pressure is truly a indicator of how strong we really are in the Lord and most importantly starts before we have to actually make a decision.
I recently had to deal with losing contact with a loved one who decided to disappear without a word because of some other issues that I was not aware of, so when I received a call that her children where looking for her, I made my usual calls but after a number of hours and no response. I reached out the extended network, I called her boss and girlfriends who were put on alert because all calls went to voice mail after ringing about six times, indicating the battery was good. Pondering on what might be happening happened in what I will call phases.
This is phase one: did she get caught up in a compromised situation, was she in harms way? After carrying this for a while, the Jesus in me rose up and reminded me with comforting word, 'if some thing had happen then I would have felt it in my spirit.' I managed this crisis until I got another call and was told she wasn't in a local jail or hospital. Now you have to understand that I was dealing with unusual situation and didn't hear from her since earlier in the day and she was bring food for me before I left to go to work. So I was dealing with an situation that was out of the ordinary. In short I wasn't making a decision yet but I was in the internal battle. I am not perfect and neither have I apprehended.
Philippians 3:12 Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect: but I follow after, if that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended of Christ Jesus.
The LORD… the Sword, (Deuteronomy 33:29), In the weakness of my knowledge I thank You Lord. In my imperfection, I praise You. We declare and decree that we have not apprehended, so that what we do understand, we understand through Christ Jesus for the Glory of the Kingdom. For the Kingdom we pray, with an anointing in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, Amen.