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Listen to advice and accept discipline,
and at the end you will be counted among the wise.
Many are the plans in a person’s heart,
but it is the Lord’s purpose that prevails.
– Proverbs 19: 20-21 (NIV)
Like most, we have a really hard time putting all our problems in His hands. The verse above is a reminder that God has plans for us and that no matter what plans we set for ourselves, His will prevail. It can sometimes be hard to know what our purpose is, but I feel better just knowing that everything happens for a reason (good or bad) and that He is working on our story.
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We were talking about this in with our small group about how hard it is to hand things over and trust it’s all taken care of.
What do you have a hard time handing over?