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God Has a Wonderful Plan for Your Life, But What If He Won’t Tell You What It Is?

Jul. 26, 2012, at 5:48pm

My parents met at Brooklyn College one day when they were both skipping class.

Once I was old enough to know what “skipping class” meant, yet young enough to be still firmly ensconced in literal-mindedness, this began to worry me.  I knew it wasn’t God’s will for people to skip class.  (My parents themselves had made that much clear.)  Therefore, I reasoned, my conception was a consequence of their stepping outside His will.  Therefore—I was never meant to be!  My very existence was, from God’s point of view, a mistake!

How to make sense of it all?

I think similar literal-mindedness lurks in the back of many minds—especially when we’re contemplating large, life-altering decisions.  We

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