A Word from Chelseia

Inspired daily to inspire someone else…therefore "iinspire2!" It's a lifestyle…FAVOR!

Change of Plans

on April 26, 2012

                                       Proverbs 16: 1-4 The Message                                        

           1 Mortals make elaborate plans, but God has the last word.

 2 Humans are satisfied with whatever looks good;
   God probes for what is good.

 3 Put God in charge of your work,
   then what you’ve planned will take place.

 4 God made everything with a place and purpose;
   even the wicked are included—but for judgment

 (NIV)

1 To man belong the plans of the heart,
       but from the LORD comes the reply of the tongue.

 2 All a man’s ways seem innocent to him,
       but motives are weighed by the LORD.

 3 Commit to the LORD whatever you do, 
       and your plans will succeed.

 4 The LORD works out everything for his own ends—
       even the wicked for a day of disaster.

 Have you ever made plans and to your avail, things turned out completely different from what you envisioned? Can you imagine working hard toward something for weeks, months or perhaps years for something you expected such a great outcome from? Just take a few moments to think about plans you’ve made. Has any changed for your good?  We spend too much time making preparations for things that we want to do, however, time is often wasted, because if you’re honest with yourself, it’s what looks, sounds and feel good!!  When in doubt, humble yourself, and ask, “God what would YOU have me to do, and What’s your plan for my life?”

 Isn’t it so amazing that God has already planned our lives?  I’ve noticed as people we tell Him what we want, without asking what He wants. While we franticly over exert our minds, trying to plan our lives accordingly,  God will often alter our plans to show us a new direction.  In other words, He will flip your script. Canceling your plans will result in you to committing to His will and way (v3). For my personal life, I can say, in the past I’ve written down  many great ideas (business/marketing plans), because they sound and thought of them would appear to be grand.  There has been a drastic change of plans and I can humbly say, what I wrote down God has made 100% better and led me in a different direction.  Don’t become satisfied with your current plans, because He will perfect your craft to take you to a new level, that you’d hardly begin to imagine.  If you really want to make God laugh, write down and tell Him all of your plans.  God allows everything to work according to His purpose in due season.  Allow Him to be your life event planner!!  Trust and believe, whatever He plans, will succeed.  Speak positive and commit to Him in all you do!!  I pray your plans succeed, but you must remember to ask with a humble heart. Change of Plans may be in your best interest!!! Take time to reflect and compare what you’ve planned versus what you’ve asked of God for your life!  Allow Him to outweigh, what you want!

Are you plans for “People to see” or based on “Divine Purpose?”

Don’t allow life to expire without Canceling your plans and committing to His will.


2 responses to “Change of Plans

  1. Your mom says:

    Chelseia, my heart is full of Joy! Thank u for inspiring me and others because we all need an uplifting word. Continue to let go and let GOD have his way. I Thank God for u and all u do. “Be Blessed! Love u Always!!

  2. Leila says:

    Chelseia,I am so proud of you and who you are.You have really let God do a work in your life and for that I know he will use you in many ways.All I can say is ‘Keep it up ‘ and God will take you places that you have never even dreamed of going !! I Love you girl. 🙂

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