Anthony Wynn Ministries

Your Storm’s Not Big Enough To Change God’s Plan

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Life is filled with ups and downs, joys and sorrows, calm and storm. Yet, one thing remains constant – God’s plan for you. Jeremiah 29:11 declares, “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you an expected end.” This verse is a powerful reminder that, despite the storms we face, God’s intentions for us are rooted in peace and hope, designed to bring us a bright future.

God's Plan: A Message of Hope

God thinks about you. You are on His mind. He knows your name. His thoughts towards you are thoughts of peace, not of evil. He plans to give you an expected end – a future filled with hope and purpose.

Jeremiah 1:5 reminds us that God’s plans for us existed even before we were formed in the womb. He has sanctified us and ordained us for His purposes. Similarly, Proverbs 3:5-6 encourages us to trust in the Lord with all our heart, acknowledging Him in all our ways, and He will direct our paths.

Trust in God's Plan

Understanding God’s plan requires trust. It means leaning not on our own understanding but acknowledging Him in everything. Life’s storms can obscure our vision, but God’s plan remains steadfast. Proverbs 23:18 assures us that there is an end to every trial, and our hope will not be cut off.

Isaiah 40:31 promises that those who wait upon the Lord will renew their strength, mount up with wings like eagles, run and not be weary, walk and not faint. Waiting on the Lord isn’t passive; it’s active, like a waiter serving at a table. While we wait, we serve, and in serving, we find our strength renewed.

God Knows Us Intimately

Psalms 139:2-4 reveals the depth of God’s knowledge of us. He knows our down-sittings and uprisings, understands our thoughts from afar, and is acquainted with all our ways. Despite knowing everything about us – our thoughts, words, and actions – He loves us deeply.

God's Plan in Action

Even in our mistakes and failures, God’s plan prevails. Consider the story of Joseph in Genesis 37. Joseph dreamed a dream of greatness, but his journey was fraught with betrayal, slavery, and imprisonment. Yet, none of these storms could alter God’s plan for him. In the end, Joseph rose to power in Egypt, saving many lives during a famine.

Your Storm Isn't Big Enough to Change God's Plan

No matter the storm you’re facing – be it grief, pain, trials, or failures – it is not big enough to change God’s plan for you. Your addiction, hurt, sin, or any situation cannot alter His divine purpose. If you turn back to Him, resist the enemy, and embrace His love, you’ll find that His plan for you remains intact and full of promise.

God’s plan for you is bigger than any storm. He is greater than any battle, past, present, or future. His love and purposes for you are unwavering. Remember the words of Romans 8:28: “And we know that all things God works for good to them that love him, to them who are the called according to his purpose.”

So, hold on to God. Trust in His plan. Share this message of hope and salvation with others. Your storm may be fierce, but God’s plan is mightier and will lead you to an expected end filled with peace, hope, and a glorious future.

God bless you, Dear Friend!
Pastor Anthony Wynn

Spread the Word

As we navigate these end times, working with all available resources to touch as many lives as possible, each one of us has a role to play. By sharing this message and asking others to do the same, we can spread the Gospel and remind the world that Jesus still saves, heals, and delivers. Together, we can make a difference and bring hope to countless lives.

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