The other day I had some problems with my car. I took it to get serviced and found out I needed some additional work performed. I didn’t plan for the extra cost at all. I’d planned to be in and out of there. I was not ready for the breaking news or the breaking of the bank. I had to figure out what was most important to me as far as being safe on the road. I decided to pay the price of the repair and keep it moving. My plans were interrupted and it hurt me in the pocketbook a little, but I am at peace knowing the vehicle is running properly and I am safe. I’ve learned my plans are not always reliable. My plans can be interrupted. My plans don’t always work out, but God always has a plan. He has a Master plan that is reliable, can’t be interrupted and accounts for both present and future situations. If you think you’re the only one with a plan, think again. God has plans for you too, according to Jeremiah 29:11. God’s plans are to prosper you, give you hope and a future. Simply stated, His plans always work out. God has always had a plan.
Thought: I can trust God’s plan even in the midst of my unplanned events.