My wife had asked our 11 year old grandson Mason to make her a bookmark. On that bookmark he had drawn a man straddling a chasm. On one side of the chasm was Satan and all things dark. On the other side was an angel and all things light. The man had a look of anguish on his face because he was caught over this chasm of indecision being pulled from both sides. The caption said, “I shouldn’t have to decide.” When Linda asked him what it meant he said, “A true Christian doesn’t have to decide because he already knows what to do.” Too many of us are standing over that chasm of indecision and in this sermon we will examine what it is that may be keeping us from making the right choice.