Every day, we make choices. Some choices we make almost automatically, like grabbing a cup of coffee on the way to work. Other choices, however, take some time and serious consideration.

Although we don’t often realize it, our decisions are often the direct outcome of our beliefs. If we believe, for example, that love is a feeling, then we can easily decide to end a marriage when the “feeling” is gone. If, however, we believe that love is a choice no matter how we feel, then we are encouraged to keep our wedding vows.

What does all this have to do with buying a house? Well, actually, a whole bunch! When I made the choice to work in real estate, my feelings weren’t always compatible with my desire to help individuals and families have a home. Due to the fact that every transaction involves so many other people (e.g., agents, inspectors, escrow officers, HOA managers), the probability of error compounds, with various feelings following (of frustration, impatience, and doubt). And so, when I choose to help a family accomplish their goal, I am thankful to be always reminded that it’s a choice. In life, we must not let our feelings overcome our responsibility and privilege to do right.nbsp; With God’s help, let us follow and do what is good, no matter how we feel.

a href=”http://biblehub.com/leviticus/19-18.htm”Leviticus 19:18/a- Food for thought!

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