How can a sovereign, all-powerful God who sees the end from the beginning ever resort to a Plan B?
When humans resort to Plan B, we assume that Plan A has failed in some way. Blame it on poor planning or preparation. Blame it on a lack of information. Blame it on the unexpected. But when it comes to God, none of these elements should come into play, not if God truly “works all things after the council of his will” [Eph. 1:11]. Continue reading