Let's narrow it down. Say I was considering a career path, I might think to myself, " If I did this or that I'd make a lot of money, however, I don't know if it's what I really what I want to do.' What should I do?"' Well, it surely wouldn't be something I didn't want to do. I have a long way to go. Why make it miserable?
Consider what really makes you happy? What is it your passionate about? Could you do it and still live a good Christian life? And make a good living at it? If God's important to you, you surely don't want to spend the rest of your life doing things you know wouldn't be pleasing to Him.
I know that sounds simple, however, when we're young, we don't always look at it that way. We're caught up in an "entitlement" mode; we think only of the money, and what we can get out of it. After all, we're entitled to get the best. And if that means stepping on others along the way, well, then so be it. That's what everyone else is doing. That's what I'll have to do to be successful. Wrong! READ ON