Like a movie, the stage is set. The Script is written. It cannot be changed, but it can be engaged. When you think about it, we are all actors in God’s drama, one in which centers on His glory and grace; and when we learn our lines, we become part of the goodness of the plan of the Lord in spite of the villains attempts to destroy. And what’s the plan—for God to make much of Himself through man.
You see, if I were to pick a Book of the Bible that played out exactly like a suspenseful movie, it would be the Book of Esther. With the various plots and subplots, twists and turns, Esther proves that God is always sovereign. He has a plan for your life and His plan comes with His providential hand.
But here’s a few questions for us: Are we personally partnering with God’s Script, knowing His plan is perfect for such a time as this? Are we trusting His providence behind the seen/scene? If so, we will see the grace of God interwoven through every scene of our lives.
God has a plan. And His plan is to make much of Himself through man.