There is a great difference in excellency, usefulness, and comfort between people of clear, digested knowledge, and confused, undigested apprehensions. -Richard Baxter

how shall I choose?

How do you make decisions? Important decisions? Which criteria appears at the top of the list?

Here’s one reputable source’s comment on how he finds guidance for matters of consequence–or more precisely, what he doesn’t look to for guidance.

In April, we’re going to devote time to the topic of discernment. Your servant-leadership team came to the conclusion during a discussion several weeks ago that one of the things of which young adults are most desirous, but find most elusive, is that of discernment. Discerning not just between what is wise and foolish, but between any number of ostensibly wise choices. A recent book by Tim Challies takes up the issue. I’ve begun it and would love to hear your thoughts, too, if you happen to have an interest in what he has to say.

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