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Don’t plan without God. God seems to have a delightful way of upsetting the plans we have made, when we have not taken Him into account. We get ourselves into circumstances that were not chosen by God, and suddenly we realize that we have been making our plans without Him— that we have not even considered Him to be a vital, living factor in the planning of our lives. And yet the only thing that will keep us from even the possibility of worrying is to bring God in as the greatest factor in all of our planning.
In spiritual issues it is customary for us to put God first, but we tend to think that it is inappropriate and unnecessary to put Him first in the practical, everyday issues of our lives. If we have the idea that we have to put on our “spiritual face” before we can come near to God, then we will never come near to Him. We must come as we are.
Don’t plan with a concern for evil in mind. Does God really mean for us to plan without taking the evil around us into account? “Love…thinks no evil” (1 Corinthians 13:4-5). Love is not ignorant of the existence of evil, but it does not take it into account as a factor in planning. When we were apart from God, we did take evil into account, doing all of our planning with it in mind, and we tried to reason out all of our work from its standpoint.
Don’t plan with a rainy day in mind. You cannot hoard things for a rainy day if you are truly trusting Christ. Jesus said, “Let not your heart be troubled…” (John 14:1). God will not keep your heart from being troubled. It is a command— “Let not….” To do it, continually pick yourself up, even if you fall a hundred and one times a day, until you get into the habit of putting God first and planning with Him in mind.
So if you have been doing things in your own way! I would suggest to consult God and do it His way.
(Source: Don’t Plan Without God by Oswald Chambers)
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Action shots capture it all. At the source church they asked me to get some of their members doing what they do best. Everyone at this church works so hard to make it all come together. It was with great pleasure that I captured it all for them.
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People often get mixed up with what Church really is and get stuck on a negative view of religion.
Church is this, people coming together of all ages and backgrounds to seek the heart of God and pray for the sick. Thank you to the young people who got involved! #PUSH#church#LX
The ability to appreciate something I've known for ages like these wonderful architectural masterpieces is quite astonishing.
Yesterday I was quite busy so I couldn't take nice photos but these make up for it. :)
Marseille central railstation stairs is the first thing you see when arriving to Marseille by train. They’re decorated with beautiful statues just like this one and you can see Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde from here as well.
St Alban's Anglican Church in Copenhagen. ⛅️- #nofilter