There are no coincidences.

There are no coincidences.

I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future and a hope. Jeremiah 29:11

Since the beginning of time, God has had you on his mind. He considers you His child and has created a life for you of beautiful things. Look around you and take it all in: a blooming flower, a sparkling ocean, a baby’s smile, a child’s laughter, a glistening moon, a shining sun. God sends these reminders to show us His goodness. He surrounds us with His beauty and shows up everywhere with great proofs of power and simple reminders of His love. Like now, with the reminder of “no coincidences.”

God has a plan for your life. He knows exactly where He has you at this moment and what He is orchestrating for the next one. He had you in mind when He created the world and He has you in mind as He looks over it now.

With each breath spent, each passing minute of the clock, each “X” scribbled over yesterdays on the calendar, we move forward with the knowledge that God has a plan. His ways are higher than ours and His plans are greater than any we can imagine. He doesn’t ask us to reach deadlines or meet milestones, He just asks that we trust Him. He knows what He is doing and He knows what is best for us. Keep welcoming the time He gives and unfolding the plan He has.

Challenge:

Your life may not be working exactly how you’ve planned, but believing in God also requires trusting in God. You were made for this time, for this day, for this moment. You were made to walk these streets, wander these paths, to live this life. Every small detail of your life was created by the Master Orchestrator who has aligned each second of your life to unfold in His perfect plan. Do you believe that? Do you trust that God knows what He is doing and what the future holds for your life? Stop holding on to the “what-ifs.” God allows things to happen for a reason. Trust in the assurance of God picking and choosing even the smallest details of your life. Rest in the thought of Him choosing the best for you and hold out for the time you get to feel it in your heart. Pray that God would give you patience and know that even when He tells us to wait, He doesn’t expect us to wait alone.

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  • J.L. Roberts
    Posted at 19:11h, 12 June Reply

    Sorry, but I’m compelled to say that I neither see God as good or loving. Your belief in a god who loves mankind is proved daily in my life and all around the world to be false. I respectfully suggest the people in your organization read a daily newspaper.

    Good luck — luck is the most we can hope for.

    • GodSpeaks
      Posted at 23:31h, 02 December Reply

      Hi J.L. Thank you for sharing your perspective on the world. I guess if we based our world view only on what the newspapers tell us, we ALL might feel as you do. But there is an alternative view…a different perspective that is available to anyone who chooses it. GodSpeaks is here, and it is our mission, to deliver some “good news” to a world that is saturated by the media with bad news. The good news is that there is a God in heaven that loves you, values you and wants to have a relationship with you. If you open yourself up to that, you just might find that that amid all the bad news you read about, there is a loving God at work doing wonderful things in the lives of His children. And all you have to do is take that first step of faith in His direction. We hope you consider taking that step because the God we speak of…the God of the Bible…is both good AND loving. A very merry Christmas to you J.L.

      And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him. (Hebrews 11:6)

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