Unity in the Plan

God the Father can help plan out each day and set things up so we can go places that we once only dreamed about. As we read today in Ephesians 1:1-14, seek to grow rich in grace through Christ the Son as we take in the treasure of God’s Word. Then share the wealth with others as we gain unity in the plan.

With the benefits which have been provided by Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, we gain the courage to step out in victory, the strength to endure, the patience to wait, and the energy to outlast any struggle. The focal point of God’s plan for all history is to bring unity to all things in heaven and on earth under Christ (v. 10).

Express today the unity that is in Christ by helping others. David was surrounded by his mighty men and Jesus had the twelve disciples. Paul had his companions and today my friend, there are those around you that can share the burden. You have a place in this world where God wants you to be.

There are also things God wants you to do and you are the only one that God has designed to fulfill this need in the world so don’t get down if life seems useless, tiresome, dull or insignificant. Remain faithful because life is designed for eternity. Get to know God even more, strive to be like Christ, and share about God’s Plan for Us.

This day with God, we know there is a purpose designed for each of us. We strive to be like Christ, we receive power in the Holy Spirit, and we express unity as one in Christ. We all can benefit each other towards Your plan. Amen.

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3 Responses to Unity in the Plan

  1. Wow! Now here we go: “Remain faithful because life is designed for eternity.”

    That is the main thing about the main thing.

    Shalom.

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