"Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you....For I am the Lord, your God...." Isaiah 43:1-3

Tuesday, 26 May 2009

God doesn´t have everything

He never had, and will never have a plan B. All what´s happening here, on the world is His very first plan A which works perfectly and He only knows why he planned this for us.
We have many plans...of course everybody starts with plan A, then B,if something doesn´t work as we imagined, plan C because our situation changed, plan D because we see an unexpected opportunity... and soon we are running out of lettres and wishing that alphabet was longer.
And He only needs one letter, His alphabet could start and end with the very same letter A.
And all what´s happening is His first plan, He doesn´t have to adjust it when some accident occures or when there´s the end of the road. And this brings peace to my heart, knowing that He planned this all, everything has reason, every step leads toward Him.
Our plans are just foolish dreams of kids, His plan is leading hand of loving Father.
And our plans might change but everytime, when you are at plan Z remember it´s just the A for Him and everything´s going well.


Elijah Lofgren said...

One of my friends has said that if one has a plan B, one will take it.

It sound like you're taking risks.

God is amazing, and anything that will increase His glory is worth it! :)

daniel said...

i love how you are thinking on this whole plan a vs all other letters! lately i have felt like i have been dropping back to lessor plans but as my c or d (not sure where my head even was) i realize that what i have been given is an A plan - beautiful, insightful and very true post!

i love my plan A!

Ashley said...

JC and I love this! Thank you! You may remember when I had that anonymous person talking about what about Plan B? I kept telling them there is no Plan B. There is only one plan and no other.

Thanks again for this reminder.