God Wrecked My Plans. Lesson 14 of 40

As a high school graduate, I had my life all planned out.  I just knew that after it was all said and done I would have my PhD, travel the world, and make some good money.   Then POSSIBLY marriage AFTER I reached all my goals.  My life didn’t go as I planned. I met my husband during my undergraduate studies and we got married after graduation.  We both went back to graduate school together but I got pregnant with our first child two years later and the children seemed to keep coming.  Here I am with a husband and six children and my life is not what I thought it would be. Yep, God absolutely wrecked my plans and I am so glad He did!  Say what?  Yep, you read that right, I am glad He did.

For today’s lesson I have learned to embrace God’s will for my life because it is far better than mine.

While my plans are what I thought was best

His plans proved to BE the best

My plans were what I wanted

His plans were exactly what I needed

This is not to say that life has been a fairy tale, a far cry from it.  As I have said and proven for myself, following God’s will doesn’t prevent trouble.  However, I can say that because I have surrendered to God’s plans for my life, I have had peace in the inevitable storms.  I feel fulfilled because I am living on purpose.   Yes, God absolutely wrecked my plans, but I am here for it!

How about you?  Is God directing you in a different direction than you originally planned for.  Have you embraced His will for your life or are you fighting to get your way?  Leave me a comment, I would love to hear from you.

Be Blessed,


Psalm 32:8 New Living Translation (NLT)

The Lord says, “I will guide you along the best pathway for your life. I will advise you and watch over you.

2 Replies to “God Wrecked My Plans. Lesson 14 of 40”

  1. I am SO glad He wrecked my plans! I’m not going to say I was/am happy during the demolition, but what He creates is so much better. Like you, getting married so young, 22, was NOT a part of my plan. Losing my job. Opening a school…pshhh…not what I planned! To tell the truth, I don’t even know how much HE was a part of my plan other than I wanted to make it into heaven. But I’m so glad His thoughts and His ways are not mine.

    1. I love what you said about the demolition-that’s such a great picture for how it can feel sometime. I also feel you on the last two lines, as a young person, i really dont think God was a part of my plans. I am so glad for the change of heart!

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