The enemy is always trying to bring in confusion and disarray, but you know when that happens it is time to clean out your closet.  Paul warns people in 2 Corinthians 11:3 not to let their minds be corrupted from “wholehearted and sincere and pure devotion to Christ…” the King James version is clear, rendering that phrase to the “simplicity that is in Christ….”
Learn to keep your life as simple as possible in this overly digitized and technological world. Definitely have a plan for your life, but stay open to God’s plan. He might have another direction He wants you to go in. You can block God’s plan when you follow your flesh and don’t consult the Lord.
The funny thing is, His plan is often so simple, that sometimes we can miss it. We tend to look for something more complicated, or difficult in our plan to please God. Jesus tells us to simply believe if we want to follow him; that involves using your mouth to call those things that are not as though they are until they show up.
The most important thing to a child in life is to have fun. Children have an uncomplicated, simple approach to living. They are going to enjoy themselves if at all possible. Children are carefree and completely unconcerned.  They believe what they are told, and they usually have a trusting nature. As you develop this aspect of childlikeness, you relate to God more clearly and easily.

Making Room For The Anointing,

Keith & Mary