Make not a hasty nor guilt-driven commitment. Ponder your decision; think upon God’s tender mercies toward you all these years; bear in mind His promise that “Those who hope in Me will not be disappointed” Isaiah 49:23.
Where are you today in your walk with Christ? Is there a point of compromise in your life that needs to be submitted to the authority of Christ? Is Christ calling you to leave something behind — or to take something up? Do you need some kind of physical or emotional healing?
Sometimes near-death experiences happen to people who are walking with God. For His own reasons, He allows those. Sometimes we learn why and sometimes we don’t. But there are also those times when the Lord has a wake-up call in mind: “He is patient with you, not wanting any to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.” (II Peter 3:9)
Whatever has us guessing, distracted, or frustrated, let us resolve that we will not get ahead of God; that we will not take matters into our own hands and end up with serious regret and sorrow in the wake of our impulsiveness. God has every intention of answering us — in His perfect time and way!