Based upon the first two sermon's leading up to this point, Pastor Isaac now addresses what our part is for planning for the future and following God's direction. Now that we have talked about how God acts for the future and knows everything about it, we are able to rest knowing that He is God. Still, we have a part to play. Ultimately, we should seek His direction with personal biases aside and then to confidently do something.
From Matthew 6:31-33, Pastor Isaiah continues on the series on God's will by affirming that God is the God of our future. Similar to last week's message that taught that our futures are in God's hands, this week's sermon expounds on the amazing truth that God knows everything about the future. These realities about God have laid the foundation for the next two weeks as we will now transition into seeing how we are to do our part in preparing for the future God has for us.
From Matthew 6:25-30, Pastor Isaac begins our series on God's will by laying the foundation that it is all in God's hands. Before discussing how to make wise decisions and discerning the future, Christian should find initial comfort that God is ultimately in charge and is reliable. Not only is He reliable, but there is no decision that we could make that would limit God from still using us to progress His plan for our lives. In this sermon, we profess that we don't follow a small God who can't be trusted in, but One who knows all and is working in all for our good.