Some people handle decision-making in their stride, embracing the risk and uncertainty. They are willing to take a gamble, and expect the consequences of their choice and move on. Others waver at the near paralyzing prospect of having to make a decision.
The wisdom of God's Word tells us, if you intend to build a structure, you should first sit down, count the cost and determine whether you have sufficient resources to finish it (Luke 14:24). It would benefit all of us to use God's wisdom in making our decisions.
We live in a world of information overload. Yet many people haven’t learned how to make simple informed choices. How do you make a good decision?
Here is a simple decision-making process in an acrostic.
D ---Define the issue