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To connect with God's plans, we must recognize the sacrifice of Christ and be filled with his Holy Spirit.

In these times, God is powerfully reaching out to the nations.

Many of us wonder… how can I do to have a “move of God” in my life… what is the key? How can I experience the will of God and know what the purpose for which I was designed is?

When that spiritual emptiness is produced and established in the hearts of people, there is no other way to satisfy that need for their presence other than through the "new birth".

To experience that “new birth”, not only does one go to church to worship and sing… that is beautiful!

But true worship produces commitment; transformation ... produces a change of life.

The highlight of all this is that God changes our testimony.

In us that same miracle that was in Jesus is born. Our life becomes a source of blessing for other people.

God is miraculous and can cause a parched field to become a spring.

This message must be accompanied by the conviction that the Lord does not abandon us when we leave the church, but to think about the work that God has done in us and the plans and purposes that are for each person.

In Jeremiah 29:11 (KJV 60) God Himself speaks to us of a projection of the future: "Well, I know the thoughts that I have about you, says Jehovah, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you the end that you expect".

In the NTV version it says: "Because I know the plans I have for you," says the Lord. They are plans for the good and not for the bad; to give them a future and a hope. ”

The good news is that for each of us there is a development plan in our lives and that is at the very heart of the Gospel.

It is the announcement that the Son of God came to die to guarantee us a future and a hope founded on the death and resurrection of Jesus.

The Lord assured us of a victorious future.

For all those who are going through difficulties, the Gospel is the love of God that is made visible in the person of Jesus.

The Lord came to give us the possibility of drawing closer to God, shortening the distance and separation that sin produced. The creation itself departed from the original plans that God had drawn up for the human being.

But today, our outlook on life changes, knowing that the Lord has a plan. Being filled with the Holy Spirit requires a previous experience of knowing Jesus; know and recognize what He prepared for us.

It is not a message of optimism, but of connecting to the source that is Christ.

Christ is the source that unites us to heaven.

The way to connect to the source is through His Holy Spirit.