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God's Plan

"I have set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and the earth", Genesis 9:13
None of us are a mistake or an accident.

If people feel bad, because their mother and/or father didn't plan them or want them, my response is always the same: God planned you and God wanted you. That's all that matters. Do people mess up? Yep. But God never messes up. He never has an accident. He never creates accidents. He has a plan for every one of our lives.

Don't sleep on God.

Don't box Him in. Don't think He can't make something happen in or through you that people said wouldn't, couldn't, or shouldn't happen. He's God all by himself. We will be disappointed if we limit Him. We must believe that we are here for a reason. We are not just sucking the air out of the atmosphere and whatever happens just happens. God works masterfully. He's organized perfection. I'm writing these words for a specific reason. You're reading them for a specific reason. That's all I know. What happens from here on out is still beyond our control regarding how God will use you and I. He is the smooth operator who will give us our cues to what comes next.

We must listen for our next move. Our orders. The next task in His master plan.

We are great just how we are, because we were created through greatness Accept yourself, because God doesn't make junk. That's impossible. And God didn't create any accidents. That's also impossible.

It's as simple as that (for God). No need to make it complicated. 

He created masterpieces to carry out His plan and that's exactly what will happen. 





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