Dear Friend,
What do you do when you don’t know what to do?
I’ve been there many times—facing a decision or a potential catastrophe and not knowing which way to turn. I’m sure you have as well. It’s life, as we say.
However, as disciples of Jesus Christ, we need to know in advance the biblical response we should have when we don’t know what to do. There is an incredible account in 2 Chronicles 20 of Jehoshaphat, King of Judah, who faced the possibility that his entire army and country could be annihilated by oncoming enemies, and he admitted he didn’t know what to do. But from his response we have an incredible example of what we should do when we don’t know what to do.
The below attachment is a synopsis of the message I have given on this topic to remind you of what to do when you don’t know what to do. I hope you’ll find it helpful.
After reading my book, Looking with Forever Eyes, a friend wrote:
I can’t count how many times I have gotten into situations since I read your book where I just said to myself, “Remember, look at this through forever eyes,” and whatever I was feeling, it just melted away. It’s a wonderful principle to remember.
I can attest to the truth of what Carol wrote. Whenever we get an eternal perspective, it greatly improves our response and behavior.
We truly need your support now. I’m praying you’ll sincerely consider how you can help us financially this month. And of course, your prayers for us, and particularly my upcoming trip to Africa, are greatly needed and appreciated.
Mary Whelchel
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What to Do Synopsis