So, trust the plans of God without relying on your own insight. He who promised is faithful and he will do it. And that’s what God-tracking is all about.
GodTracker has at its core the principle of seeking and tracking the plans of God. It is based on the scripture that tells us that God knows the plans he has for us, plans for a future filled with hope and purpose. Every Christian believer has a personal relationship with God through Jesus. This is why we call him our personal Lord and Saviour. Through the intimate fellowship of the Holy Spirit, we can enjoy walking in God’s personal plans for our lives. Be encouraged to seek God’s purposes alone. It’s when we venture to make our own plans that we deviate from the holy and blessed purposes of God.
Abraham had a God-given purpose. God had called him from his home to settle in a faraway land called Canaan. God gave Abraham a promise saying, “I will make you exceedingly fruitful; and I will make nations of you, and kings shall come from you.” Though Abraham was over 90 years old and his wife was barren, God promised him that he would become a dad. God knew the plans he had for Abraham, plans for a future filled with hope and purpose.
However, since his wife, Sarah, was barren and old, Abraham became impatient and made his own plan to fulfil God’s purpose. Thus, Ishmael was born of Sarah’s maidservant (a custom acceptable in those days). Later God fulfilled his promise to Abraham when Sarah became pregnant with Isaac. Sadly, because Abraham pre-empted the purpose of God by making his own plans, the descendants of Ishmael became enemies of the descendants of Isaac
He who calls you is faithful, who also will do it.1 Thessalonians 5:24
Be encouraged to always trust the plans that God knows he has for you. Acknowledge the Lord in all your ways and refuse to make your own plans to fulfil God’s purposes. As we see in Abraham’s case, the plans of man will always be in opposition to the plans of God. So, trust the plans of God without relying on your own insight. He who promised is faithful and he will do it. And that’s what God-tracking is all about.
God-tracking is trusting the plans and purposes of God.
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Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)
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