Today is the day for you to
choose whom you will serve.
When the angel told the shepherds that the Savior had been born in Bethlehem and that they would find him lying in a manger, the implied message was, “Go see the baby.”
Would they go? They had a decision to make. “Let’s go to Bethlehem,” they said. “So they hurried off” (Lk 2:15, 16).
When Jesus said to Matthew, “Follow me,” Matthew had a decision to make. He made a good decision (Mt 9:9).
When Jesus said to the rich young man, “Follow me,” he had a decision to make. He made a bad decision (Mt 19:22).
When Jesus said to the adulteress, “leave your life of sin,” she had a decision to make. She made an unknown decision.
When you hear his voice, it’s a critical moment. You have a decision to make.
Knowing the right choice isn’t the
same as making the right choice.