How long will you waver between two opinions?

How long will you waver between two opinions?

"How long will you waver between two opinions? If the Lord is God--follow him; but if Baal is God--follow him."? Kings 18:21

Some people seem never decided. They are always wavering. They have no determination about them. They have had convictions, they have felt impressions, they have made vows, they have at times come up almost to the deciding point; but they recede again, and sink back into their old state. They linger, like Lot, on the plain of Sodom. They look backwards, forwards, before, behind. They seem about to determine--but they eventually waver.

Such people are in great danger. Such a state is very perilous. The conscience is hardening. The Holy Spirit is being grieved. They are nearing the spot where God says, "Let him alone!" They are approaching the state in which Israel was, when God said, "So I gave them up!" Gave them up! What, God give sinners up! Yes, after they have long trifled with him, resisted the Holy Spirit, and endeavored to effect a compromise between sin and holiness, between Christ and the world--God gives them up! And when God gives a man up, all is over with him. His doom is sealed--his fate is fixed forever.

Reader! are you decided? or are you wavering? Waver no longer--but decide at once. Throw yourself into the arms of Christ — devote your energies to the work of Christ--consecrate all that you have and are to the glory of Christ; OR give yourself up without reserve to the world, to sin, and to Satan. If you cannot, if you dare not do the latter, then do the former, and do it at once. Go to the cross, and there, renouncing self, the world, and every idol--take Jesus to be your Savior and your Sovereign, your all and in all. Say, "I am yours, Jesus! I will be for you, for you alone, and for you forever. I am the Lord's!"

"I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other!" Revelation 3:15