Do You Have a Plan? Even as You Prepare for 2019 ???
“ And Elijah said unto her, Fear not; go and do as thou hast said: but make me thereof a little cake first, and bring it unto me, and after make for thee and for thy son.” (1 Kings 17:13)
Do you really have a plan that God can use to bring about your miracles in this 2019 that is a few hours away?
It is evident from the story above that the widow of Zarephath did not just sit and wallow in the misery surrounding her. She kept thinking even when it was difficult to think through. She looked at her little resources and had small tasks of what to do.
God always shows up to bless our rightful thoughts, which are essentially our plans.
Do you have definite ideas that could lead you out of the situation you are in or increase you to higher levels of abundance?
Or you are just blank, negative, blaming and “cursing” everybody you think is responsible for the position you are in?
Today don’t just “pray through” into the New Year.
Sit down and have concrete, practical steps of what to do better or something new that will make your dreams come through.
Engage yourself in thinking through and turn over your thoughts to the WORD of God.
The woman in our text above diffused her plans with the Word of God from Elijah, and she lived in abundance for the rest of her life.
Saturate your plans with Real Promises from the Word of God.
Don’t just make it up and say a New Year Resolution.
God always blesses what is in your hands, your ideas, your thoughts.
“Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us“ (Ephesians 3:20).
What are you asking or thinking of today as the New Year approaches?
God is able to come in and perfect those plans for HIS Glory
Enter into 2019 with a God-Approved Plan for your Purposeful life.
My Lovely wife Olutoyin and I encourage you to position Yourself for 2019 that has No Limitations for God’s Purpose in Your Blessed Life.
We thank you for allowing us to share with you throughout 2018 the God-given Empowerment words.
Olutoyin and Adewumi Alabi.