Tough decisions are easy to mull over and, some would say, "let go and let God." While that is a lovely sentiment, we are people of action in God's name. In the book of Ezra, chapter 10, Ezra laments and prays for the sins of God's people. In the middle of his desperate pleas and confessions, he is interupted by Shecaniah, one of the very people that he is agonizing over. Shecaniah confesses for all of God's people that they have been unfaithful and sinned greatly. Then he says something to Ezra that might seem a little surprising.