Day 33 – Journey to the Cross – Deacon Bob Wolfson

Today’s Code Word comes to us from one of our Deacons, Bob Wolfson. Enjoy!

Todays code word is – CHOICE

CHOICE is a noun describing – an act of selecting or making a decision when faced with two or more possibilities.  “The choice between good and evil.”


When GOD created us, He already planned out our life for us. He gave us a brain and a heart that would work together so we would make the right choice between good and evil. 

HIS desire is for us to make good choices in order to spend eternity with HIM. That is why HE gave us the TEN COMMANDMENTS to live by.

As we live our daily lives, do we always make the choice that will please GOD, or do we selfishly choose what we feel is good for us without first thinking?

The path of our lives has two roads along the way. Do we always choose the path that pleases our Heavenly Father?

Life is cruel and a lot of times our choices are based on what is best for us at the time without thinking how it may affect others or even how much it may hurt GOD to see us move in that direction.

How do we make the choice between good and evil?  Prayer and living by GOD’S commandments will always help us to make the right choice.

In John 15:16 Jesus said, “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit – fruit that will last. Then the Father will give you whatever you ask in My name.”  That fruit is the Fruit of the Spirit.

The next time you must make a choice, remember this:

GOD made the most DIFFICULT CHOICE when he sent HIS SON JESUS to die on the cross for us.

Don’t you think, making the right choice as GOD’S disciple, in our daily life, is the right thing to do for HIM?

The next time you must make a choice, think about the choice GOD made for us. See you tomorrow on our Journey to the Cross.


Deacon Bob Wolfson

One Response to “Day 33 – Journey to the Cross – Deacon Bob Wolfson”

  1. Butch Owen says:

    I’m glad we’ve at least made the right choices with Christ and our wives. Nothing else comes close in importance!
    See ya with Christ, if not sooner!

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