At the highest level of professional football, one skill separates the best from the rest—the ability to make good decisions. Bad decisions lead to interceptions or broken plays. Good decisions win the game. Millions watch on TV and decry the poor decisions of a highly skilled, highly trained athlete. We are quick to hold our favorite team's quarterback accountable for his decisions.
This brings me to a question. Are we just as accountable for our own decisions?
This is Howard Butt, Jr., of Laity Lodge. The Bible teaches us with stories of imperfect people taking responsibility for their actions. Then . . . the difference is Christ's forgiveness, which helps us all move on today . . . in the high calling of our daily work.