Apples or Oranges?
Paris or Rome?
Death or Eternity?
Life is full of options.
You can laugh, cry, step on cracks, try this, quit that, and eat saturated fats; nonetheless it’s a choice.
My walk with God has certainly not been in a park. I found that I have (and still do) struggle with God more than welcome Him.
I believe it can all be pegged down to social exchange theory: weighing the benefits and the costs in terms of social behavior in relationships.
In a few words or less, I think the most plausible human response is…..
“So what’s in it for me?”
Oh great, another wall. A question I can’t thoroughly answer, or define with whole understanding. In fact, I’m still seeking the answer myself!
WHAT: Would you rather?
Choosing otherwise seems easier. Living and doing without this thing called God. How much greener is the grass on the other side, I would like to see!
I’ve made a choice. A choice to value something purer than the world, a choice to cherish and believe in what I cannot see, and a choice to center my life around the unknown.
But, I choose Him.