This post is not about bashing women, but let’s be honest, you do have a history of changing your mind over and over again. Want proof?

Remember that special event you were invited to? Remember all the outfits spread out over your bed after you tried on and changed your outfit about 100 times?

Remember pre-COVID when you couldn’t decide what to pick from the menu at the restaurant you visited?

Do you remember all those, ‘Should I? Shouldn’t I?’ questions that you asked and continue to ask daily? Doubting your decisions, because you don’t want to make the wrong one?

Don’t get me wrong, these are minor things and it’s your prerogative to change your mind as often as you please. But concerning the serious issues of life, imagine having to depend on someone who is always second-guessing themselves. Would you entrust your life in the hands of someone who often goes back on their word?

People are always changing their mind and breaking promises – their intentions may even be good, but when life throws its curveballs, they are forced to go back on their word. However, this rule doesn’t apply to God. Look at what is written:

God is not a man, that He should lie, nor a son of man, that He should repent. Has He said, and will He not do? Or has He spoken, and will He not make it good?

(Numbers 23:19)

God is not bound by human limitations; He has the power to fulfil whatever He promises. So instead of leaning on someone, or something that is bound to let you down, it is a wise idea to lean on the One who never fails. On the One who wants the best for you and will work with you until you get there.

Are you tired of broken promises and disappointment? Make God the base of your life, and then:

1. That indecisiveness will go. And…

2. Even in the midst of chaos, you will have peace and the assurance that no matter what happens, everything will work out for your good.

May the God of the Bible bless you.

Bishop Joshua Fonseca