Life is about more than just making choices, it’s about where those choices are taking you and who those choices tend to prefer. Will they lead you to greener pastures, or will they make your life one of bitterness and remorse? The freedom to choose can be considered a blessing, but it can also become a curse. Left alone you will most often do what is right, but when the tempter is parked at your door, will you choose to follow him instead of doing what is righteous and good? God has given you the ability to know right from wrong, but as you grow older that gift can become distorted and tainted. Without His strength and desire to remain holy, where do you see those choices taking you. In the love and compassion of God, He has made Himself a spotless sacrifice, He has given Himself as a sacrificial lamb, the atonement for our bad choices, our many sins. If we choose to follow Him, He will give us all that is righteous and good, but without Him we will be drawn away, we will be forced to give in to immorality and sin. There is only one choice that can give us all that we need and that choice is Jesus. Morality, or the choice to follow man’s laws, to be a good person, does not make us holy in the sight of God and if we are to become one of His children we must choose to accept Him and His plan for our life. As we view the choices that are given us we must understand there importance and there objective. Good decisions are intended to protect us and to make us straightforward and productive, while bad decisions will cause us to become contentious and untrustworthy. If we are not willing to give everything over to Him and allow Him to guide us, we will never become the vibrant, loving individuals that He intends for us to be. The only significant reason for us to be living is so that we can make this world a better place, not to live lives that are selfish and destructive.