God’s plan is always perfect, but we must slow the frantic pace of our life long enough to find it. If we want God, rather than ourselves, to be the one driving the train, then we must turn the controls over to Him. How do we get to the point in our life where we’re completely willing to do that? According to Psalms we must: 1. Delight in Him (spend time with Him and get to know Him and–believe me–He is delightful); and, 2. Trust Him because–He is trustworthy! Then–from the passenger seat of trust on the train of life–we watch in wonder as He “acts.” Psalms says: “Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and he will act.” (Psalms 37:4-5) The better we get to know God, the more we delight in His company and the more He influences us to be LIKE Him and want to be WITH Him. His Presence is excellent! The more we see His excellence at work, the more we KNOW we can trust Him for ALL of our plans and troubles. We begin to see that when He is in charge and He is working through us–things go much better (and sometimes much different) than we expected or planned. He reveals things to us that we couldn’t have possibly ever known and thus, we KNOW it is HIM at work! For example, He routinely shows me the best way to handle a case, identifies the person whose heart is ready to hear about Him, shows me answers to business problems, tells me how to help my children, and–you name it–He does it! God’s will is quite an amazing experience!! When we spend time first thing in the morning with Him, He begins to lead us in His plan for the day. We are freed from the anxiety of living in our own plans. We watch Him bless what we do in ways we never imagined. He tells us when to pursue a dream and when to stop; when to reach out in love and when to walk away; when to fight and when to run; when to speak and when to be silent, etc. At the end of each day…there is no disappointment if we’ve failed to accomplish our plans because our joy is completed by living in His. He knows us better than we know ourselves. The best plan we can have for today–is to live in God’s plan!