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Making decisions is often a challenge along life’s twisting, curving path. In practical terms, the need to make decisions begins in early childhood and extends throughout one’s lifetime. In virtually every waking situation and stage of life, the human mind is taxed with moment-by-moment challenges to make decisions. For example, even with a task as seemingly simple as operating an automobile, the driver is faced with numerous, constant critical decisions—sometimes with huge consequences. Reason, practice, and acquired skills are important in such decision-making. Even more importantly, when facing key decisions in life, the voice of a functioning conscience tempered with God’s Word must be our guide to paths that are secure, wholesome, and upbuilding to self and society.
The Monticello, Minn. congregation hosted its first Winter Services, February 6–8. Local minister Jim Jurmu welcomed the services guests Friday evening, reading from Psalm 122:1,2: “I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the Lord. Our feet shall stand within thy gates, O Jerusalem.” Jurmu spoke of the great blessing it is to gather, “For here we will find refreshment,” he said.