Last night at Engage, we discovered the pain of the word almost, and we came to the verge of decision in our lives as we discovered that sometimes indecision is the worst decision. Many of us wrote down our decisions in response, knowing that once we wrote these things down, we would be accountable for them. We no longer can act as though almost is alright. So we all took out our No. 2 pencils – the kind without erasers, because we have chosen not to go back on these decisions – and wrote our decisions down on a library card, one complete with today’s date.
Dave Rhodes led us to the verge of decision through the story of Rehoboam in 2 Chronicles 10. We’ll post his full message later today (stream/download; podcast) if you missed it or if you want to check it out again. We asked Rhodes to share some thoughts, and they’re in this post.
We’d love to hear your decision and the ways you plan to act out that decision this week. And we’d also love for you to read the decisions that other people made so that you know that you’re not alone. So leave a comment below with your decision, and be encouraged that you are one of many who came to the verge of a big decision Monday night at Engage.