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When God Says Go – S2E4

January 27, 2020

You may ask, “When God says go; what does that have to do with me?” Well, if you are anything like me, there have been times when I've made plans and nothing happened as I planned it. You know, the following old Yiddish proverb speaks to that point. It says, "We plan, God laughs." 

Now, that doesn't mean we shouldn't make plans. But more importantly, we should consult God about our plans. When God says go is another way of saying, get and follow God’s directions before proceeding with your plans. So, let's look at what scripture says about it. 

God knows what’s best  

Proverbs 16:9 Amplified Bible says,  

"A man’s mind plans his way [as he journeys through life], But the Lord directs his steps and establishes them." As you can see, God wants to direct our steps if we would just allow Him to do so. 

We can also see this in Jeremiah 29:11 GOD’S WORD Translation, “I know the plans that I have for you, declares the Lord. They are plans for peace and not disaster, plans to give you a future filled with hope.” In other words, God wants what’s best for you. 

Don’t make a move without God's direction

Always ask God for direction because He will never lead you wrong.Original Photo by Ben White on Unsplash

In closing, if your plans have not been yielding good success--it's time for a change. Therefore, if you have some big decisions ahead of you, this podcast episode is for you. So, join Lady V and me as we discuss why God's direction is so important. 

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Wisdom — A God-listening Heart – S1E5 

Mental Health: Cyber Bullying, Depression, and Suicide - S1E6 

Mental Health Awareness – S1E7 

Living Through a Diagnosis-S1E8 

Christianity Misunderstood--Understanding Grace - S1E9 

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