God’s Plan Is Always an Upgrade

“Moreover, when God gives someone wealth and possessions, and the ability to enjoy them, to accept their lot and be happy in their toil—this is a gift of God.”

– Ecclesiastes 5:19

Today I would like to share with you that if your heart is right, and if you are working on yourself, then God’s intervention and meddling with your plans for your life should be viewed as a positive blessing! The good thing about this is that God’s plan is always an upgrade as He continues to move you forward. Sometimes, it may not seem that way, but God’s plan for the future is always an improvement, even when you don’t realize it.

Yesterday, I told the remarkable story of the amazing upgrade the golfer received when he asked for a golf club, and instead received the deed to a golf course! This is the kind of God we serve. From time to time, Jesus still tells us today that we are of little faith. The idea of absolute trust requires you to believe that anything is possible. Broaden your mind and expand your heart!

Friend, as you address any situation or task today that you put your mind to, make sure you say that it is possible regardless of what you perceive lies before you. There may have been a time when you missed out on the benefits that are available to you because you did not ask for them. Sometimes, when you are in an unknown place, you may forget to exercise the Biblical principle of asking, seeking, and knocking. But because you serve the God of what is possible, use these principles to upgrade your thoughts, ideas, and plans. Watch the Lord bless you on your journey as you take these next steps by saying today: I will do, I will become, and I will work!


Father, bless me on my journey and help me upgrade my thoughts, ideas, and plans.


Can you believe that God always upgrades the plan for your life?

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