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Seek the LORD while he may be found, call upon him while he is near.
Isaiah 55:6

Neither yes nor no
Several people have the habit of evading an issue when they have to take a stand on a matter, or state an opinion or make a decision. They wish to remain neutral and preserve their independence. So they always seek to steer a middle course by not coming down on one side: they thus avoid risking their reputation.

Whether that is shirking one’s responsibility or showing wisdom in interpersonal affairs we leave open. When it is a question of our eternal salvation, however, evasion is utter foolishness. Not deciding means taking the greatest possible risk.

What is your choice? For whom do you decide? Jesus Christ said, “He who is not with me is against me” (Matthew 12:30). In view of the cross where the Son of God died, neutrality is not possible. Neither yes nor no in fact means no!

If at a marriage ceremony one of the couple remains silent when a definite positive statement is expected, the marriage cannot take place. However hesitantly or quietly the necessary assent is spoken, it must be heard by the registrar.

For the salvation of our souls a distinct and definite “yes” is necessary to establish a permanent relationship between ourselves and Jesus Christ. It is a decision that will never be regretted. Won’t you give this so necessary positive answer today?

Today’s reading: 1 Chronicles 1:1-54 · Psalm 78:54-64





 


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