Consider the vision process that Habakkuk demonstrates.
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Would you like to improve your decision making? Consider the suggestions from Henry and Richard Blackaby in Spiritual Leadership.
- Evaluate Your Decisions: Every decision has consequences. Make it a practice to evaluate the results of your decisions.
- Walk Closely with God: When you struggle to make a decision, consider the struggle as an indicator that you need some quiet time with God. Remove distractions and focus on Him.
- Seek God’s Vision: There is no value in making progress in the wrong direction. Always seek God’s direction. Seeking the mind of God at the front end of a decision can save you years of painful regret later.
- Seek God’s Wisdom: The book of Proverbs is packed with God’s wisdom. If you aren’t getting clear direction from where you are in your daily reading, spend some time in Proverbs.
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Leader, what is the direction of your affection? Is it inward, outward, or upward (Col 3:1-4)? Do you sometimes find your affection torn in different directions? Consider the caution that John gives us (1John 2:15-17). David, a man after God’s own heart (Acts 13:22), expressed this struggle in Psalm 119:36-37. In your own words, pray back those verses to God.