What we consider Plan B, God considers Plan A.

Swiped this from a dude I follow on twitter, Lance Morgan.

It seems appropriate. Never though of it in those terms though.

Think of all the ‘plan b’s’ in scripture and hoe they obviously were God’s intended purpose.  To name a few:
*Christ on the cross
*Abraham & Isaac
*Noah & the ark
*a system of animal sacrifice that could only atone for sin a year at time vs the substitutionary death of God himself.

Only a couple of examples to illustrate that God always has a plan. In the immortal words of Hannibal Smith, I suspect God sits back and comments that he loves it when a plan comes together.

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