AXIS: ReWind

So excited about tonight.  What a great night!  Axis was a blast.

I want to take this morning to recap what we talked about last night at our 18-30 service.

• Stop asking God for His plan for your life and start asking Him for His plan for your today.

• Get plugged in somewhere.  Life is all about relationships.  God created us to fellowship.  When we grow close to each other we gain access into new areas of life.

• God is positioning you for greatness.

• Don’t worry about your destination.  Concern yourself with the journey.  God will tell you when to turn, until then just keep driving.

• Veronica may or may not have done the dishes. =)

Genesis  12:1

1 The LORD had said to Abram, “Leave your country, your people and your father’s household and go to the land I will show you.

Hebrews 11:8

8By faith Abraham, when called to go to a place he would later receive as his inheritance, obeyed and went, even though he did not know where he was going.

Abraham never knew where he was going until God showed him.  But first he had to put feet to his faith and shuffle on out.  Ask the Holy Spirit to guide your steps today.  What you do today matters.  It affects your tomorrows and your next years.  The Spirit is waiting for you to let go and let Him take the wheel.

God is doing great things in Wellington Florida.  He is raising up an army of Young Adults who aren’t afraid of persecution.  Today is our first Matterday.  We will be meeting at the Church Office at 10:30a to hit the streets and doorhanger the community.  Everyone is welcome!


2 Comments Add yours

  1. ben says:

    i think that you SHOULD ask God for the plan for your life, but i also think you should ask the plan for the day. I don’t think people should stop asking the plan for their life. I think we need to know.

    Also, you’re right, life is about relationships, but its not about relationships with people. It’s about a relationship with God.

    anyways, glad you had fun at axis..

    1. Hey Ben,

      I know you weren’t there for the meeting so you missed some key points. The message wasn’t that you shouldn’t ask God for His will for your life… it’s that God rarely ever revealed that plan to anyone in the word. We used Abraham as an example. God said get up and go and I will tell you when to stop… and he did. He didn’t say, “Well whats the plan? What is your purpose for my life?” He just obeyed. He did what God asked of him and didn’t require validation.
      We are to wake up and say, “Holy Spirit, what do you want of me today.” You aren’t promised tomorrow, so why worry about it? God will open doors as we walk toward them.

      I began responding to your view on relationships and then realized it was good topic for todays blog post. Read today to hear my retort.

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