Dream Impossible Dreams!

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“That’s impossible!” How many times have you heard those words in your lifetime? I got to the place where I stopped sharing my dreams and goals with people because of those words. I’ve heard it all; “You’re not educated enough.” “You don’t have the right connections.” “You don’t have the money.””You’re not smart enough.” I call these people, dream thieves. They base their belief on this worlds system and not Gods.

I love the verse in Luke 1:37, “For with God, NOTHING will be impossible.” Perhaps that’s why I never give up, because my dream didn’t come from me, it came from God and with Him there is simply nothing that comes remotely close to impossible.

Joseph had a dream, but he only saw part of it. God saved a whole nation by using his ‘impossible’ dream to put him as 2nd in command of the most powerful nation on earth. David was a nobody, stuck tending sheep, hidden from everyone, but God said he would be king and he was. Gideon was the least of his family, hidden in where they stomp the grapes, trying to harvest enough wheat to not starve to death, but God found him there and talked him into trusting in Him for a huge win.

You may be stuck in an obscure job where no one sees you, be faithful in what you’re doing because you serve a God who is faithful to dreamers. Your dream will always be larger than your ability. God wants you to trust in Him, not yourself. Be open to His plans. Be flexible and moveable. Regardless of how it looks, keep saying these words, “For with God, Nothing will be impossible.”

Father, I’m so glad I’ve learned to trust you. I may not see the end, but you knew the end from the beginning. You’re all knowing, all seeing and all powerful. You will do what you’ve said you would do. You’re constantly watching over your word and it hasn’t moved! I will continue doing, continue trusting so that when you need me, you’ll find me right where you told me to stay. It’s in Jesus name I pray, Amen.

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