Everybody wants to know the same thing, “what’s the plan?” When will do our Christmas shopping? What will we eat at Chick-fil-A while we’re out? Real tree or fake this year? Which Christmas Eve service will we go to at Church? When are we opening presents on Christmas day? But in the world of 2020 knowing what the plan is has become much more difficult. It’s in times of trouble and discouragement when hope is waining and the plan is unknown that we hold tighter to promises. Promises restore hope and create excitement for a future that might be hard to fathom in the current situation. And it’s into the unknown of our present situation that we must hold tighter to the promise of God with Us.