That Dream in Your Heart…

The World Needs Your Dream :

One of my favorite quotes is by Brendon Burchard: "That dream in your heart is not a frilly distraction, a ridiculous idea, a muted hope. It is a solid purpose; it is a righteous plan; it is a trumpet."

Sometimes it takes a long time for our dreams to come to pass. And as a result, we believe they never will. Right there at that moment is the time to dig in and focus more than ever on the destination we crave.

Not only do YOU need for your dream to come true - but someone out there is waiting for its birth, too.

Consider this; in the early 1840s people die of infection at alarming rates. A young Hungarian doctor, Ignaz Semmelweis, declares that hand washing will stop most of the infections. If only the doctors of his day had listened.

Somewhere else, in a shaded house, darkness swallows up the light. Eventually, Albert Einstein perfects the process. As a result, most of us enjoy the comforts of instant light at any moment.

Before the automobile is mass-produced, traveling a few miles takes days. Eventually, Henry Ford conquers mass-production. And now, we cross the country in a matter of hours.

Without the invention of the post-it note, stray scraps of paper with a line here or there cover us up!. Thankfully, we can keep track of important notes anywhere there is a surface!

And more personally, until my mom crocheted the blanket, I didn't know what being wrapped up in her love really meant.

And just at that point where you doubt it is possible, remember this...

Now to Him who is able to [carry out His purpose and] do superabundantly more than all that we dare ask or think [infinitely beyond our greatest prayers, hopes, or dreams], according to His power that is at work within us, to Him be the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations forever and ever. Amen. Ephesians 3:20-21 AMP

Your Dreams are Not Too Small.
Neither is Your Dream Too Large. 

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