MAKING RIGHT DECISIONS

In this modern age, we all have to face the alternatives presented to the Israelites by Moses (Deut. 30:19): "I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing." Should not we all make the decision requested by Moses, "Therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live"?

Daily, hourly, maybe minute by minute, the choice must be made, perhaps not actually between life and death but between the things that bless and the things that curse —good and evil, love and hate, health and disease. Every individual has the alternatives set before him, and the decision ultimately is his and his alone.

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