James 1:14 - "But each one is tempted when he is drawn away by his own desires and enticed"
Some of you might remember a song from the early 70's called If Loving You is Wrong (I Don't Want to Be Right). It's a song about a man that's in love with a woman, but he's married, and the woman he's in love with is not his wife! For some reason, that title has always stuck with me. I guess it's because I've seen it play out over and over again in people's lives. They know that something's totally wrong for them, but they want it anyway.
Are you holding on to or involved in something that you know is not good for you, but you want it anyway? Are you holding on to something that's hurting you, but you think that letting go will hurt even more? If yes, then you have a choice to make, do you want a fix or the facts?
A fix: when you take matters into your own hands, and try to satisfy your desires your way. When you do things, and won't allow God to do them for you, in His way and in His time. When you decide what's best. When you answer your own prayers.
The facts: When you surround yourself with people who will tell you the truth from God's Word, and you make yourself accountable to them. When you know who you are in Christ and find your value and identity in Him. When you stick to what God has told you to do, no matter what.
A fix or facts. You choose. (Choose facts!)