Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Which one will you choose?

Why haven't I been posting? Well, I got an injury on my left arm. I went sledding Sunday afternoon with a whole bunch of friends and to my surprise, I went on with someone and then my sled got under my arm and dragged it. I tore something under my arm and I believe I have sprained it. I got a sling on to support it, that's all that's working. A few nerves got pinched so that's where all the pain is coming from! OUCH! At times it's fine, and now again, it's beginning to hurt. I just have to wait about 1 week to 10 days!

I'm going to give y'all three choices to choose out of. When you have thought it over, just leave a comment to your honest answer! It can be anonymous too!

Out of these three, what do you find the hardest to do?

1. Ask for forgiveness to family or friends.

2. Leaving everything behind and following JESUS no matter what.

3. Witnessing to the ones who aren't saved.

The one which was commented the most, that is what my next post will be about! Good idea?!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds interesting:) I'd think #3, although 1, and 2 are hard too. Too bad about your arm. Hope it feels better soon!
~Lisa

Southern Maiden said...

Out of all those, #3 is hardest for me. Witnessing is hardest because I just don't know usually how to approach the person with the question "If your were to die today, where would you spend eternity?" It's not that I'm scared of being made fun of. I have nothing to be ashamed of! It's that I don't want them to reject Christ or choose to obstinately not believe! It makes me ANGRY!!! And then when I'm angry, I'm not good company (hehe) so it's just a battle each time I try to witness. Also, I get all shaky and scared that I'll mess up and not be grounded enough to reply to everything someone might throw at me. It's just a clue that I need to be in the Bible MORE!!! And so do alot of people. If you don't know your Bible, you shouldn't even try to witness. #1 & #2 are tough also, but 3 is the one I have the worst time with.

Kalani said...

All of them are challenging. I think #1. Esspecially, if you have to go multiple times and know they will be disappointed. Truly humbling!

Anonymous said...

#3, though 1 is pretty hard for me! I love reading your posts.

Allison said...

Probably #3, although #1 can be difficult too. Similar to Erica--I'm afraid I'll run someone off and make them more against Christianity!

Hope your arm is doing better!!

Lydia said...

wow, good questions! i think witnessing can be difficult but I can trust God that He will do the work if I obey and the worst thing that could happen is rejection. Ray Comfort says some great things about this.
I have to go with 2 because it's a call to die to self not matter what happens. Now this is something were rejection isn't the worst thing that can happen to you. God could call you to give your life or to be content in Him as a stay at home mom. I am finding joy in surrendering to His will with His help but so often it's easy to want to take control.

Elena said...

This is a really hard question. I would have to say number three is the hardest for me. I never know what to say, especially if I do not know the person. I am sort of on the shy side too.

Katie said...

I'm probably #3 or #2. But all are very hard.