The Plan to Be Blessed Again

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. – Proverbs 3:5-6

The post “Remnant” explains that even during the judgment of Israel, God limited the power of other nations over them. They had been disobedient but He preserves a remnant because the ultimate plan was to bless Israel again so they could rise up to be the great nation it was intended to be.

It’s the same for each of us as individual. We all have days or even longer periods of time when things seem to destroy what we have worked so hard for. We feel as though bad things are happening and it’s not always our fault but because the world is a broken place.

We must constantly remember that it is in trusting God that we gain the wisdom to know how to handle these feelings and what to do next. We must continue to have faith in the Lord who has the power to do it, the strength to keep us going, the peace to help us remain calm, and the joy that pulls us toward our eternal destination.

Trusting in God’s plan for Us is an attribute of the Christian soul that is fed with good thoughts and affirmation from songs like “Who You Are To Me” by Chris Tomlin featuring Lady A. Who is God to you? Is He with you throughout your day? Is He in a piece of art, a sunset, in the eye of a child, or perhaps in a song!

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4 Responses to The Plan to Be Blessed Again

  1. Amen! May trust in God today.

    “Trusting in God’s plan for Us is an attribute of the Christian soul that is fed with good thoughts …”

    Blessings!

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  2. Mark Shields says:

    Reblogged this on This Day With God – A Spiritual Journey and commented:

    Some ideas are given in this devotional of ways to trust In God’s plan for you. Also, receive the positive affirmation from the song “Who You Are To Me” by Chris Tomlin featuring Lady A.

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