Whenever we have a task to fulfill, we usually have a couple of plans at hand to make sure it gets done. We see this concept at play with Sarah. She knew that God had promised a child and so she made plans for the child to be born. Abraham and Sarah were childless despite many years of marriage, and seemingly, despite God’s promise. So, Sarah enacted the next plan. But was Sarah’s plan B what God had in mind? We should never focus our attention on getting God’s plan done ourselves. Instead, we should change our plans to what God wants. We need to learn to do things His way. This example from Sarah and Abraham shows us that human weakness is not the best way to accomplish God’s will, but God does get things done anyway. Every day, there is something that the LORD has called us to accomplish. The question is: will we? Are we paying attention to what the LORD has told us to do, or do we just do what we want and then blame God if it goes bad? If we actively follow God, He will
be shown strong in our weakness; this helps us to understand how powerful He truly is.
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