The big picture is really easy to forget sometimes. Few people, even Christians, genuinely are always thinking of Heaven. Even then, we cannot even begin to be able to understand all of how or why God does things. Monday was a prime example of this. Costruction on the site was going well. There were only two or so walls left to remove when we took our lunch break. All the trusses were loaded on a truck, a few walls were loaded in a trailer, and we had even figured out who was moving to the other site. It was easy to loose perspective when the owner of the land the church was getting moved from showed up and told us that nothing else was leaving his site until the whole concrete slab was removed. We prayed, made come calls, and soon a dump truck and backhoe were on their way. While waiting, Pastor Rudy explained what migrant camps were really like and we looked around the abandoned migrant camp we were removing the church from. It was hard to imagine what God's plans were for the families who, generation after generation, had no options other than to work at migrant camps like this one. Once the equipment arrived, most of us moved to the new site and put up the walls we had moved there before the owner had said we could move no more. By the time we were done with what we could do, one thing that God had His hand in became clear. He had allowed us to begin working on Sunday, when we did not originally plan on working until Monday. He had also given us the strength and determination to be extremely efficient. These two things combined meant that the glitch in our human plans did not even slow us down much. For all we know, the owner of the land encountered Christ through us that day. Our plans are nothing to God's.