God’s Plan: As Designed By the Architect

Salvation: (God’s Plan.) Redemption was not second thought. Salvation’s not a plan hastily put together under conditions of duress. It’s lovingly planned and righteously wrought. There’s no better Architect, no better builder than the Lord.

The Plan IS as Designed

Come one, come all,
Gather around the table.
Jesus went to Calvary,
So, you and I are able.

He smote that sin, conquered death,
Evil will not preside.
All knees will bow, and mouths confess,
(The Bible doesn’t lie.)

God will seek all out.
Yes, He will mightily pursue.
That goes for me, him and her
And definitely for you.

Blessings come in all sizes,
Now is the opportune time.
God’s mercy endures forever,
But why not now align?

Jesus won’t lose one.

He died for all mankind.
God wishes that none will perish,
The plan is as designed.

God is full of mercy,
Not always will He strive.
For above all else God is love,
And Jesus paid our fine.

Scripture Reference:
Isaiah 14:27 “For the Lord of hosts hath purposed, and who shall disannul it? And his hand is stretched out, and who shall turn it back?”

I heard on the radio that Jesus was always God’s plan A. We can find Jesus in the Old Testament as well as in the New. God is so purposeful with His planning. Sometimes, we may find it hard to grasp even a little of what God may be planning for us, but our day can begin to come into focus when we view it through the lens of Christ. We may not always have it together, but the God we put our trust in, does, and that makes all the difference.

Was God motivated to design salvation?

What do you think was a contributing factor? What motivates you, or are you “sitting stagnant in the water?” There are motto’s and there is motive. (Usually tied in one way or another.)

This poem is from the Award-Winning Redeemed Reflections Collection 

As it’s written, God wishes that none perish. He designed redemption to be all-inclusive. Stipulative? Yes- To know the Father, one must go through the Son. Is that so hard to relate to? As far as hierarchy? Jesus gave His life so that we could be reconciled to the Father. (John 3:16) Sin separates us from God. Jesus (mediator made flesh.) And we couldn’t have a kinder, more effective Lord than Him.


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