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Moving from Plan A to Plan A+ (part 5)

Moving from Plan A to Plan A+ (part 5) It's everywhere in the Bible. When we bring our failures, (or other's sins against us) to God and ask him to buy the loss back, we move from something awful to something magnificent... This happened for old warrior Joshua, and it can happen for us.

Moving from Plan A to Plan A+ (part 4)

Moving from Plan A to Plan A+ (part 4) Philip was forced to flee for his life, and God used his departure to change a city (Samaria) and perhaps a nation (Ethiopia). His trouble became his opportunity.

From Plan A to Plan A+ (Part 3)

From Plan A to Plan A+ (Part 3) God always hears those who cry out to Him. He can change our disasters into opportunities...

From Plan A to Plan A+ (Part 2)

From Plan A to Plan A+ (Part 2) When we believe that we (or someone else) has ruined our Plan A, and we seek God in the midst of this, God turns our failures to successes. Our plans move from A to A+.

Moving from Plan A to Plan A+ (Part 1)

Moving from Plan A to Plan A+ (Part 1) When you are following God with all your heart and things go very, very wrong, God doesn't merely give a second best, plan B. God moves us from a wonderful plan to something magnificent... He moves us from Plan A to Plan A+. God's plans are never thwarted. They are magnified.

Is That God Talking, or Somebody Else?

Is That God Talking, or Somebody Else? Sometimes. a voice from the past says something well. A. W. Tozer describes how to sift whether something is from God or "the world, the flesh or the devil." You can read the headings in 5 minutes. The blog will take 15. This is a summary of chapter 29 from "Man, the Dwelling Place of God"... Enjoy

Follow the Focus…

Follow the Focus… When you do something important you must always have your eye on the finish line. James tells his people to do that very thing.

Count it all Joy…

Count it all Joy… The only way through trial and trouble is to persevere, and to practice joy...

If you want to make God laugh…

If you want to make God laugh… God is the one who makes our plans. The story here illustrates that our planning is subject to God's! we are far better served to admit this...

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