Sometimes we get tired of hearing God’s plan there are too many things to do. There are too many problems, too many troubles; it is just too hard to live day by day. We do not have time to think about God’s plan. But thank the Lord that He has time to think about His plans. And thank God that He is not too busy to use us. He is not too busy to bring us to wholeness so that we can be part of what He wants to do. Many times you have heard me talk about God out of control. God wants to be out of our control. He wants us to say yes so that He can do what He wants to do. We do not have to be afraid of God out of control because He knows exactly what He wants to do. And when I say God wants to be out of control you know what I really mean. He wants to be out of our control. He wants us to stop telling Him what to do and He wants to start telling us what to do. He does not live for us we live for Him. Jesus said, “Seek first His Kingdom and His Righteousness and everything you need will be taken care of.” But that is not what religion teaches us. Religion teaches us that God lives for us. Religion teaches us that God is waiting, to wait on us like a waiter in a restaurant. He has got a white towel over His arm “What can I do for you today?” No, no, no, no! We are His servants! We wait upon Him. We trust Him to take care of all our needs so we can do His work. The most sorry life is a life that is centered on ourselves. The most boring life is the life that is centered on ourselves. The most unfulfilled life is the life that is centered on ourselves. It is an amazing thing; the more we do things to try to please ourselves the less we are satisfied. The harder we work to please ourselves the more we want. That is because we were not made to serve ourselves. We were made to serve the Lord. We were made to do what He wants us to do. We were not made to be self-centered but that is what religion teaches us to be self-centered. And for all that we have been taught and all the time we spend worrying about ourselves and all the time we spend being concerned about our needs we are no better off. We are no happier. It is because our greatest joy will come when we learn to serve the Lord and to do the things that please Him.