There is a way that appears to be right but in the end it leads to death. (Prov 16:25)
Depending on “your” right way of doing things there are consequences. The consequences can be good or bad but there will definitely be some kind of outcome. Now, we as humans have a certain way of strategically conditioning our hearts and minds to execute things. It involves an effort that is thought out carefully and for some it’s just by instinct alone. The mind and heart are connected in a way that produces actions of power. Together they have great impact on us and the lives of others. Do we really pay attention to what lies ahead of us? Do we acknowledge the importance of it all for the sake of living a life of purpose? Do we consider the circumstances that may become fatal as it relates to our spiritual and natural body? Have we truly considered submitting our thoughts, emotions, challenges, circumstances and decisions to Christ. Living according to our natural way is vain and living “in” Christ is gain. Let us choose life over death, for no one desires anything that is not profitable.