Do you ever wonder what “this” is all about? You know – this. As in, Life. It seems like whenever I reach a crossroads, where some big decision has to be made, or a crises happens, or a change is taking place, I think about “this” – the living thing – more.
What is “God’s Plan” for my life? How does [insert whatever-is-happening-at-the-moment here] fit into “the plan”? Anyone?
I’m pretty sure when you think about it, you all have something going on right now fitting “this” question. For me currently, it’s all about the house. [Oh no, is she really going to blog about the house AGAIN? *facepalm*]. Sorry. I know there are other things, but this is still the one Occupying the Wall Street of my brain.
House #1 = still for sale, but getting interest again. Several showings scheduled. Hope floats.
House #2 = The dream is still alive and coming along nicely.
Check it out, we even have doors now!
But, everything still feels like this:
We took the leap of faith. We jumped out of the plane. We are now free-falling. It has been a very exciting and exhilarating rush – except, umm… we are beginning to see signs of ground below us.
But, remember – God has a plan.
Considering His past track record in my own LIFE, I am going to keep trusting that His plan involves a big net.
Speaking of being saved – the biggest safety net of all time was created by the birth, life and death of one perfect man named Jesus.
Because of Him, there is – and always will be – a rescue plan.
I have to share a short and sweet video explaining “this” LIFE thing. Because, I not only really love how it explains what I personally believe, I also really love the artsy graphic design. [Creativity Crush!]
Keep the faith, my friends – and trust in the plan! – MoSop
Sometimes it’s hard to figure out what God’s plan for your life is. I’m almost 75, and I’m still working on it. I think He has different plans for different times of your life. I don’t think there is THE PLAN and that’s all there is. I have found in my own life, that the different stages of my life have had different objectives. Of course, they all involve the Lord. I’ve heard people refer to different occasions in their lives as the best thing that ever happened to them. But, no matter what may have happened in my life, it can’t outshine the day I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. That’s the best thing that ever has or ever will happen in my life.
Love you, Lynne