Keys to Unlocking The Plan Of God Part 4

Far too many Christians do their own thing and ask God to bless their plan. We will not have to ask Him to bless our efforts when we discover His plan and pursue it. It will be blessed because we are doing what He has planned for us.

I do not have to ask Him to bless these posts because He asked me to write them. It would be unjust for Him not to bless my obedience wouldn’t it?

God will bless us when we are doing what He has asked us to do. This is the place where we will find His anointing. It is also the place that many Christians will never enter into because they are not seeking God first in their lives.

People seek God’s blessing mostly because they are not doing what He has asked them to do. There are some who stumble into the plan of God but do not have faith to walk in it and so must ask for His blessing.

There are some people who will read these posts who have never experienced the satisfaction of being in the center of God’s will. It is my prayer that the Holy Spirit will use this blog to lead them into the plan of God.

It is impossible to find peace and joy moving in a direction opposite from that which God has called us to walk. We may not even know we’re moving out of God’s will. The Holy Spirit will help us move onto the right path if we will learn to look to Him.

There are a lot of Christians who just cannot find peace with their normal routine. They get up, go to work, and come home with an emptiness inside. One of the ways that He does this is through discontentment. These people are most likely not satisfied because they are not doing what God called them to do.

We will never find peace outside of God’s plan for our lives. If we move into that plan, we will discover an excitement and drive that flows from deep within our spirit. Unfortunately many Christians have never stepped into this place and experienced the holy satisfaction that accompanies it.

I spend my early years struggling. Teachers would tell me that I was not smart enough to learn. Coordination was not to be found and my lack of athleticism was a great disappointment to my father. Children in my school teased me and I was often not even picked when teams were chosen on the playground. This affected my ability to view myself through anything but a lens of failure.

To the praise of the glory of his grace, wherein he hath made us accepted in the beloved.
Ephesians 1:8

This was one of the most difficult Scriptures for me to gain an understanding of. When we accept Christ as our Savior we are recreated into His image.

Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.
2 Corinthians 5:17

When a person becomes a Christian their past is wiped out. They are made a completely new person recreated in the image of God.

Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need.
Hebrews 4:16

Paul said that we have been made accepted. This allows us to approach God’s throne without fear or trembling. Our approach is based on our position in Christ Jesus.

God has a plan for our lives. Finding it will require us to spend time seeking God in His Word and in prayer. This will require a commitment of time that many are unwilling to make. If we are going to enter into that plan we must be willing to pay the price needed to find, enter into, and walk out the plan of God.

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