The Best Question Ever Audio Download

What is the Wise Thing for Me to Do?

by Andy Stanley

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      Part 1 - The Best Question Ever (Andy Stanley)

      We never plan to mess up our lives, but unfortunately, we never plan not to. When making decisions, we should always ask ourselves, "In light of my past experiences, my current circumstances, and my future hopes and dreams, what is the wise thing for me to do?" Ephesians 5:15-17


      Part 2 - Musical Chairs (Andy Stanley)

      Experience is the harshest of all teachers. We have all made bad decisions in the past, and it was because we were in one of three places: we were naive--we lacked experience and judgment; we were fools--we knew what was right, but chose to do wrong anyway; we were mockers--we made fun of people who did right, even when we knew that they were right. Proverbs 1:20-33, 7:6-23, 10:23, 13:20, 26:11


      Part 3 - Living On The Edge (Andy Stanley)

      Every wrong decision you make morally is introduced by a series of small unwise choices. Sexual sins have the greatest consequences, and we abuse and harm not only ourselves, but those around us when we choose to disobey the boundaries that God has set for us. 1 Corinthians 6:18


      Part 4 - Time Bandits (Andy Stanley)

      Who do we trust with our time? Our time equals our lives. When our time runs out, our lives run out. In the critical arenas of our lives, we cannot make up for lost time. We must make the most of every moment of our lives, not giving up the important for the '. Ephesians 5:15-17


      Part 5 - A Little Help From Our Friends (Andy Stanley)

      Being wise isn't necessarily what you know, it's recognizing what your limitations are, and being willing to seek counsel. You will never reach your full potential without the counsel of wise people. Genesis 41


      Part 6 - The Best Decision Ever (Andy Stanley)

      In any arena of life, there are principles, boundaries, and rules that we must be aware of and submit to in order to make wise decisions. When we ignore those boundaries, we ignore the wisdom and counsel of God. Proverbs 9:10