Don’t give up on your dreams. Don’t give up on your God-given dreams. Some of the dreams that you have had have been inspired by God. When you first God saved, you had hope and you found a new way of life. Everything seemed better. You were saved. You were set free. You had dreams and ambition. God gives hope and dreams. Some of the dreams that have been in your heart were put there for a reason. Today you might need to wake up those dreams and to pursue them. Today you might need a wake-up call and get out of this cycle of nightmares that have been putting a damper on your dreams.
Dreams don’t happen overnight. Keep dreaming. Keep your dreams alive. Hold on to the hope that God will make those dreams come to life. Don’t put them on the shelf of discouragement or in the cabinet of disappointment. Dream on. Dream with God. Revive the precious dreams that God gave you and ignite the dreams that you have not seen the light of day yet. God has many dreams for you. It’s time you started thinking in line with His thinking.
A dream is something that appears to be unreal or that can seem to be too big or too good to be true. God’s dreams can certainly have that effect on you. They can seem impossible but remember that your God is the God of the impossible and if He has given you dreams that are larger than life it is for a reason. The reason is because He is larger than life and He can do all things. Now, with those dreams, He wants to partner with you and with your faith so that those dreams come true. His dreams are a seed that He drops into your mind. You accept the seed, you plant it in your thoughts and you let it grow. If the dream is too much, you tend to put it away and to let it die.
Dreams are meant to grow in you and to help you develop your faith. The dreams that are sitting in your mind need to make their way to your heart so that your spirit can carry them and give them a voice, an expression, a force and a destination. Give your dreams a voice by speaking to God about them. You can share them with trusted friends and family but God should be your very first audience. Why? Because when you talk to you He listens and He talks to you as well. He has a lot to tell you about your dreams and He will help you create a blueprint for the execution of your dreams.
Express your dreams through faith. Act knowing that your dreams can come true. Your faith can express those dreams and give you the confidence that they will come to pass. Faith expresses what we know beyond the shadow of a doubt even if there is no evidence. Dreams fit well in the faith department because you often have to trust God for them without having proof that any of it will take place. Faith is a dreammaker. Faith gives fuel to your dreams. Stay in faith about your dreams no matter what life throws at you. You can give your dreams a force by staying steady in the joy of the Lord. The joy of the Lord is our strength and it maintains the trajectory of our dreams by giving us hope and by giving us the ability to hold on to the dream.
I love to thank God for the dreams He has given me and I have praise and dance sessions where the joy is high, my hope is solid and my dreams are strong. That is what I call the force of my dreams. Your dreams need a destination and that destination is the realization of those dreams. Visualize that your dreams will come true. Have a place in your mind where the dreams have come to pass. That requires faith and perseverance. Don’t give up on your dreams. They are there for a reason and they want to work with your faith. Big things are going to happen to you in the name of Jesus. Keep believing and keep trusting. It will all be like a big dream come true before you know it. May God bless you and protect you and remember that He will always love you.
Suggested reading: Joel 2:28; Acts 2:17; Ephesians 3:20