I was in a quandry earlier this week. There was something I wanted to do, but felt a reservation about doing it. I fretted for more than a day waffling between doing this and not doing this. I thought about the possible consequences pro and con about it and I thought about what I might miss out on if I didn't do it. ( I tend to over think things *sigh*) "What shall I do? What shall I do?" I repeated several times over the course of a few hours.
"You know what to do" was the inaudible voice in my being.
"But that doesn't help me, " I argued. "I don't know what to do--I want to do this but I don't know if I should right now!"
"You know what to do." The feeling persisted.
I decided that the time was not right for what I wanted to do and that I would pass for now, regardless of any missed opportunity.
And a peace fell over me. The anxiousness rolled away. All is good.
I guess I reallly did know what to do.
And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. ~Philipians 4:7