Flipping a coin to make a decision is leaving luck and chance control what will happen or what path one will take. It’s either heads or tails. Heads, we move to the right. Tails, we move to the left. The only thing left is if the coin should land on its side. Then we are faced with indecision. We should all know that if we ride the fence long enough we will fall off but sometimes we try.
In either case, if the coin comes up heads or tail it still takes a level of faith to move forward with that decision. Other wise we would not have flipped a coin. We made a decision to leave everything to the fait of the flip of that coin.
What happens if someone has a coin that has two heads on it and we always call heads? So the coin is flipped in the air and as always we call heads and as it settles on the ground we see it is heads. We may assume that this is the answer and we move forward believing that this is meant to be. That this is the direction we will go, this is what we should place our faith in and we move forward. However, not knowing that it would come up heads no mater what, we have been deceived by the one with the coin. Our life has been directed by someone else that has their own interest at heart. The decision was really not ours. It was stacked in a direction of someone else. We have been deceived!
“When it come to where we place our faith are we flipping a coin?”