Saturday, January 7, 2017


I cannot begin to count the number of times I have made plans only to have them interrupted in order for me to go or do something altogether different. Honestly, the change is not always welcomed when it occurs, but later on, it makes perfect sense why it had to be. In times like this, I can fight against it and try to continue to do things on my own and in my own way or I can accept God's redirection and carry out my part in the plan He has designed.

God's redirection is always purposeful. Everything He does has purpose. We have to learn to flow with God even when it makes us uncomfortable or disrupts our lives in some way. His redirection leads us to someone who needs to hear life is worth living. His redirection leads us to families in need and we have what is necessary to meet the need. God's redirection takes you from one job to another job. Rejection is redirection. God's redirection leads us to the people, places, and things we should be.

I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go;
I will guide you with My eye. Psalm 32: 8

Be blessed.

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