On making right decisions

It's a hard choice, let's say. Confusing options. We mull over all those pros and cons, pray, then wait for a "leading"—something we hope will come like a clap of thunder, or almost a voice, or as an impelling shove. But nothing happens. We're still unsure which way to go. What now?

Divine guidance is always available in decision-making, so really the need is for purer spiritual insight. Consider Elijah's experience. Alone in the wilderness, discouraged by apparent failure but receptive to God's help, he learned that the divine presence was not to be found in the wind, the earthquake, or the fire, but in the "still small voice." I Kings 19:12.

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