The Bible waste no time demonstrating God’s decisiveness, as the first few verses of Genesis, detail God confidently creating the entire earth in six measly days.
“First this: God created the Heavens and Earth—all you see, all you don’t see. Earth was a soup of nothingness, a bottomless emptiness, an inky blackness. God’s Spirit brooded like a bird above the watery abyss. God spoke: “Light!”And light appeared. God saw that light was good and separated light from dark. God named the light Day, he named the dark Night. It was evening, it was morning—Day One.” -Genesis 1:1-5 MSG
If I was God, it probably would’ve taken me six days to differentiate between and name light and dark. The actual God’s efficiency is exemplary compared to mine, which is one good reason why He is He and I am me.
It makes me wonder about how long it took God to formulate the blueprint of my life? It begs the question of if a human being’s body and life is more or less complicated than all of creation? Although, I will have to wait until I go to my Heavenly Home to get those answers, I can be sure that if everything I see was made in six days, then I can only dream about the timeline of things I don’t.
I do have the answer for one question though…
Q: Why do we tire easily of and become overwhelmed by the constant choices in life?
A: Because we are attempting to override wise decisions that have already been made.