If someone was to write a story that accurately describe what I’m feeling on the inside right now, I’m pretty sure that Plan B would be it. I mean, story of my life. In Plan B, Pete Wilson discusses what goes on in our hearts when God doesn’t show up the way we thought he would. How it’s not that God’s not showing up, it’s that he’s not doing it by our agenda. Because he has a plan that’s so much bigger and greater. Wilson explores a variety of biblical characters in the book and how they dealt with being placed in a Plan B situation. He describes what it means to let go of the situation and let God lead. Or say to God, “Not my will, but your will. I’m not in control. You are.” It’s a humbling situation.
I would highly recommend this book to…um all of yall. So, you need to go to that place called Amazon.com and place an order ASAP. I found this book to be a great devotional to read when I was doing a quiet time in my car in the mornings at school. Not a super hard read, but it’s pretty deep stuff. It also has a nifty little study guide in the back and I think it would make a great bible study- for any group. I was able to get stuff out of it as a college student, but I think youth and adults would also benefit. As I said before-um…story of my life.
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