We all make plans in life, since they are strategies that we must use to carry out what we want, but, the point is that these plans often fail and we have to resort to making others, and so the human being goes through, making plans until you reach a perfect plan.
However, God is not the same as us, when God has a plan it is because it works. God’s plans always go well, God does not need to make several plans to know which of them can do it, because God’s plans are perfect.
We all know the story of man in the garden of Eden, as Adam sinned and this brought with him all humanity, of course, in this situation it would be good to ask: What would be your plan to return the communion between God and man? Well, maybe we as men would take millions of years designing a plan for it and even then we would fail again and again, however, I reiterate again, God’s plans are perfect and in advance there was already a plan designed for us and we give glory to God for that.
Throughout the Old Testament we find that man lived making sacrifices to God for the forgiveness of sins. But, these sacrifices were not enough to satisfy divine justice, they were simply not perfect and a sacrifice was required that would end once and for all with sin, of course, God had that plan prepared.
The Bible says:
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.
In this verse the plan of redemption for humanity is summarized, that God loved us in such an unequaled way that He gave to the most valuable thing that He could have as a sacrifice for our sins. His love broke all barriers, looked at our condition as sinners, knowing that we would never reach Him, and sent His Son to die on a cross to satisfy His justice.
Thank God for that wonderful plan to save us, since we could not do it for ourselves.