Two specialist surgeons in my county accept my type of medical insurance. I used Dr. X on my first surgery and despite the fact that he was very highly rated and recommended by my physician assistant, I was not pleased. It was not just him, but his entire staff that made me uneasy with their attitude and comments. So, on surgery #2, I went with a prayed-up, faith-based decision rather than the prevailing logic, and chose the lesser rated, and not-recommended-by-my-physician-assistant, Dr. Y. On the day that I was awaiting surgery #2, I discovered that Dr. X had suspended his practice and all his patients were being referred to Dr. Y. Is there a lesson here? Absolutely! Sometimes the rightness of faith-based decisions are known before the fact; other times, after. But we have two choices when making decisions – we can walk by faith or by sight. In the case of surgery #2 I walked by faith and it turned out to be the right decision. Come to think of it, that’s biblical. “For we walk by faith, not by sight” (2 Cor. 5:7).