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Live the Life of Your Dreams!

Our dreams are very important because they are a reflection of our innermost desires and oftentimes are a subconscious reflection of what God has in-store for us. In order to live the life of our dreams we must live on purpose.  Only a purpose filled life will enable us to go where we want to go and do what we want to do. Our lives must also be viewed and predicated on the will of God for us. Therefore, when we envision and dream about the kind of life it is that we desire to have, we must
go to God first and ask Him what He had in mind from the beginning, and what was His original intent.  Our dreams can truly be fulfilled and we can maximize our greatest potential when we talk to the Master Designer about everything.  
Since God knows the end from the beginning it behooves us to consult with Him about our lives so that we can evaluate and measure our greatest dreams and desires against His intentions rather than earthly lusts, appetites and fleshly desires.  You can have that beautiful home, car, friends, and things that you earnestly desire, but what matters most is that the "Life of Your Dreams" is Kingdom oriented and puts God's agenda first. 
In the western culture people tend to put more emphasis and give more attention to earthly things, pursuits, and interests above and beyond those of God.  Think about it! 
Now, lets do a self check.  Please indulge me by answering a few questions regarding your own experience and pursuit of things.
1)  Have you been blessed to accomplish at least a few of your personal goals?
2)  Who do you attribute the appreciation and honor to for having accomplished these things?
3)  Since you've been blessed to go places, achieve goals, and fulfill various aspects of your dreams have you become more consumed by them or have you grown deeper and become stronger in the Lord than before you celebrated and enjoyed the pleasure of the achievement?
The last question requires a great deal of honesty from within our hearts, because oftentimes things have a subtle way of becoming a disr-
action from the Blesser, who is God Himself. Don't allow your blessing
to rob you of your relationship with the One who made it possible in the first place.  Lets remember that without God we can do nothing. It is God who gives us the strength, enabling grace, favor and resources to make our dreams a reality. He has nothing against His people prospering and increasing in everything that is good, but God abhors idolatry, and that's where many Christians have fallen short. 
 "Thou shalt have no other gods before me."  Exodus 20:3
"Let them shout for joy, and be glad, that favour my righteous cause: yea, let them say continually, Let the LORD be magnified, which hath pleasure in the prosperity of his servant. And my tongue shall speak of thy righteousness and of thy praise all the day long."
Psalms 35:27-28
Think of it like this, 'the pursuit of my dreams and goals are great as long as they are aligned with God's righteous cause, bring glory and honor to His name, and help to serve others as I advance the Kingdom   of God in the earth today.' When we make His righteous cause our focus and will give God all the praise when He causes us to fulfill our dreams then a greater purpose is served, because we cease to do things for self-centered reasons and seek to please the Lord first above everything else.
The last thing I would like to ask you is, "Are you ready for your dreams to come to pass?"  "Are you preparing for them to happen, and are you aligning yourself with God in prayer, fasting and giving into His kingdom so that His favor and blessing are with you in all that you set your hands to do?"  The fulfillment of your dreams positions you and empowers you to give witness and testimony of God's glory to others.  It also brings a tremendous sense of accomplishment, satisfaction and fulfillment to your heart when you know that you are serving a greater purpose through your dreams than selfish desires.
 "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you."  Matthew 6:33
Have a wonderfully blessed and prosperous journey in the Lord.
Feel free to share your comments on this week's blog.  We look forward to hearing from you.

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Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Monday, September 05, 2011 5:22 PM
Dr. Bethtina, I thank you from my heart for this terrific insight. The key to understanding dreams is locked in the concept of predestination. Predestination is the concept by which God sets predetermined boundaries for each individual before they were or are ever born. This concept does not refer to a few select individuals who have been chosen to go to heaven, but is rather God's divine will for each individual pre-established before the foundation of the world was ever laid. Note carefully the definition given below by Strong from His Concordance on Old and NT words. Predestined (4309) "(proorizo from pró = before + horízo = to determine, as by a boundary or limit in turn from horos = boundary, limit; Source of our English word "horizon" = God's boundary between heaven and earth) literally means to mark out beforehand or set the the limits or boundaries in advance of any place or thing. When used of persons, "proorizo" means to put limitations upon that person thus conveys the idea of to determine his destiny. Though "proorizo" meant simply to plan in advance, in the New Testament it attracted a special meaning. Here the idea is a divine decree of God, whereby He determined in advance that something should happen." (Strong's Exhaustive Concordance) Wuest commenting on predestination writes that... The genius of the word is that of placing limitations upon someone or something beforehand, these limitations bringing that person or thing within the sphere of a certain future or destiny. These meanings are carried over into the New Testament usage of the word. Thus, the “chosen-out” ones, have had limitations put around them which bring them within the sphere of becoming God’s children by adoption (Eph 1:5-note), and of being conformed to the image of the Lord Jesus (Ro 8:29). (Wuest, K. S. Wuest's Word Studies from the Greek New Testament: Eerdmans) When people who know God dream they are simply discovering God's predetermined purpose for their lives. God speaks through dreams and visions and reveals in them His mind for each of us as people of faith. However we cannot just fall asleep thinking that just because we dream things will simply come to past, this will result in a pipe dream. When God gives us dreams they must be actualized in the world, this suggests that we must have the discipline, focus and desire to fulfill God's divine purpose. Study the life of Joseph and you will see all of the things necessary to fulfill God given dreams for your life. Joseph was disciplined, focused, determined and pure. These qualities plus the quality of and excellent spirit propelled him to greatness. If you will follow the steps outlined by Dr. Bethtina and develop a prayer life that pleases God not only will you know what to do but you will know how to do it.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Wednesday, September 07, 2011 12:38 PM
Hello Dr. Stanley, my dear husband. Thank you for your unending support of my Blog Station. You're absolutely right about the fact that our dreams are reflective of the predetermined will of God for our lives, but they don't simply come to pass just because we dream. To the contrary, we must take initiative, focus, and implement what we desire to see happen before it can come to pass. It's also important to note the difference between a dream that occurs while in sleep state and a dream that becomes a vision for the future that must be worked out in order to bring it to pass. A dream while in sleep state can be good or bad, and can be reflective of a warning by God, or even something good, a particular direction to take, and even people that you'll meet at a given point in time. In reality what we must do is harness the power of our purpose in God and align ourselves and our personal dreams, vision and goals with that. Then we can "Live the Life of Our Dreams." One thing to note is that the "Life of Your Dreams" may come with major challenges, difficulties, and even problems to solve, but it's all a part of life and no one is exempt from the challenges that life brings no matter how glorious, commendable and awesome the dream or vision may be. We must embrace whatever we may have to face or go through in order to reign with God and bring glory, honor and praise to His name in the end.

Toiya Moffatt on Tuesday, September 06, 2011 8:30 PM
Dr.Beth, you and Dr. Stan hit on four important factors for "Living the Life of Your Dreams". Predestination, purpose, focus and proper acknowledgement. Our purpose was predestined by God to give us focus so that we would fulfill our call and acknowledge his greatness and power in allowing it to all come together. My God this is like a complex mathematical problem solved in simplistic terms! Thank you for continuing to allow God to use you to feed us the knowledge, wisdom and revelation that causes us to truly be empowered.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Wednesday, September 07, 2011 12:41 PM
Thank you Toiya. I'm glad that you are finding the blog to be helpful to you, and are enjoying it. God bless you.

Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Friday, September 09, 2011 12:21 PM
Hello Toya, I can see that you have this concept down, your life is on track. Remember, God has set the boundaries of your life and He is guiding you along a track of destiny. One period of time does not have the ability to contain the fullness of your destiny. Therefore, what you are presently going through cannot dictate the expected end. Who could have known by simple observation that Joseph was about to become the prim-minister of Egypt. It sure didn't look like it, but it sure did happen. In one moment God can turn everything around, all things are working all together for the good of every destiny ordained believer.

Nikki Godbolt on Tuesday, September 06, 2011 9:04 PM
I totally agree with the fact that our goals and dreams must me align with Gods will and purpose for our lives. We should never desire to be or to do anything outside of God. For if we are a friend of the world we make ourselves the enemy of God. The word of God says that as many that are lead by the Spirit of God, they are the Sons of God! When we allow the Spirit God to do the leading, he will lead us into the expected end that God has ordained for us. And while on the journey he will help us to fulfill our dreams and goals that we desire to accomplish. He will keep us on track! Like a train on a railroad track. As long as we stay on the tracks that God has laid for us, we will reach our expected end. I believe that fulfilling the will of God is more important than anything! I also believe that when we put God and His will first, he will grant us the desires of our heart.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Wednesday, September 07, 2011 12:49 PM
Nikki, I truly appreciate your remarks on this week's blog. If we allow the Holy Spirit to do the leading we will come to our expected end, and the railroad tracks that God laid for our lives will create proper boundaries that will keep us in alignment with His original intent and will. When we stay within these boundaries God's desires become our desires and we fulfill His purposes which are the ultimate place of purpose and destiny in "Living the Life of Your Dreams."

Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Friday, September 09, 2011 12:12 PM
Hello Nikki, your comments are both enlightening and insightful. Without the Holy Spirit we don't have anything, He is our guide through this wilderness leading us into all truth. If we as God's people would take the definition of the word destiny to its ultimate conclusion we would all have to say these words, "I have no will of my own my will is to do the will of Him who sent me".

Tracy Fields on Tuesday, September 06, 2011 9:20 PM
Thank you Patsor Beth & Pastor Stan. Your wisdom is truely a blessing. As you both commented God created us all with a specific predestination in mind. Before we were ever created he gave us the tools to reach that destiny. However he didn't just handed to us like children. He gave us instructions to guide our path in order to reach those dreams and fulfill the destiny he has in store for us. "Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path" Psalm 119:105. He knew every short coming we would ever have before he created us, yet he loves us so much he prepared a clear path for us to follow, and gave instructions in his word to guide us along the way. Fulfilling our destiny and dreams is clearly tied to Gods word. God Bless You.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Wednesday, September 07, 2011 1:05 PM
Tracy, You're right about the Word of God lighting our pathway. It provides clear direction for us. I am reminded of Joseph, "The dreamer". He dreamed two very important and significant dreams of divine origin. His dreams reflected God's will and purpose for his life. When he shared his dreams with his brothers, they became angry and jealous of him. They even tried to kill him. When his father heard it he meditated upon what the dreams meant. We have to remember that everybody are not always enthusiastic about our dreams, nor do they want to see God's purpose, plan and destiny come to pass in our lives. They might even try to obstruct it in every way possible as an attempt to ensure that they never happen, but when God ordains something no one can stop it. In fact, they will find themselves fighting God Himself, not man, and push us into the fulfillment of what God desires for us any way. Tracy, be encouraged to dream, and only share your dreams and aspirations with those who will encourage you and even cause your baby to leap as what happened when Mary went to visit Elizabeth and her baby leaped in her womb. God bless you and thank you for joining the Blog Conversation.

Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Friday, September 09, 2011 11:54 AM
It is interesting note that God gave Israel a great destiny, however, when they reached the promised land they had to fight for every inch of ground that they received. It was not that God had not given them destiny but that He wanted them to be an active part of the destiny they had received. God literally took the strength out of Israel's enemies but He did not make it so they did not have to fight. Numbers 14:9, "Only rebel not ye against the LORD, neither fear ye the people of the land; for they are bread for us: their defence is departed from them, and the LORD is with us: fear them not." Caleb let the people know that the enemies strength is departed from them and that they had become bread for the taking. This adventure of destiny is a participative activity, not just God but God working with and through us.

Betty Demby on Wednesday, September 07, 2011 2:53 PM
I thank God for you Dr. Bethtina, this is a true word and something to really think about. Whenever I think about dreams or visions I think about Joseph. Joseph had a dream, but not just any dream it was a vision of his future. Joseph didnt know everything he would have to go through to fulfill that vision. We are the same today, we don't know what we will face at our next level or what it will take to get there. We believe God for the vision he showed us but the journey there may not be what we expected. I've learned no matter if i'm in a pit or palace God's original plan for my life has not changed. It doesn't matter what mine, yours, or our current situation may look or feel like we as children of God must always keep God first, stay focused, study his word and pray. If we hold fast and faint not we will see that vision come to pass just as God promised.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Thursday, September 08, 2011 1:26 PM
Betty, thank you for taking the time to read and comment on this week's blog. Joseph's story is so applicable to our subject and offers inspiration to anyone who is endeavoring to fulfill their purpose and dreams in life. His brothers even went so far as to call him "that dreamer" which is typical of the kind of attitude that people have and how they sometimes respond to those who are visionaries. You must pursue your dream with perseverance and never allow anyone to deter you, even if they begin to persecute and attack you because of it. Another very famous dreamer of modern history was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His dream in many ways is largely responsible for us enjoying the freedoms and rights that we presently have, but it cost him his life. A real dream comes with a heavy price tag at times and the dreamer must be willing to pay it! When our dreams help more than just ourselves the weight of responsibility is greater, and the price that must be paid is higher.

Dr. stanley D. WIlliams on Friday, September 09, 2011 12:04 PM
Hello Betty, you are absolutely correct in your statements because destiny is not circumstantial. If it were circumstantial Joseph would have fainted because of all he went through. Joseph maintained his focus, kept his integrity in tact and exercised his gift throughout his ordeals. The key words to remember during times of testing and destiny fulfillment are the words "A sense of Destiny". Stated another way you could say "I always have an overarching sense of destiny no matter where I am or what I am going through". Destiny represents the final arrival point the fulfillment of that God given purpose which brings ultimate pleasure. You will leave this planet saying like Paul I have finished my course. .

Allen Wilson on Friday, September 09, 2011 7:12 PM
You mentioned, "Our dreams are very important because they are a reflection of our innermost desires and oftentimes are a subconscious reflection of what God has in-store for us". I like that! Our dreams are God's dreams for our life. God give Joseph dreams that would place him as vice president and saved two nations from destruction. Dreams are letters from God. God uses dreams to communicate to us. God give Peter a dream (vision) that would be the beginning of bringing the Gospel of the Kingdom to all the nations. Dreams keep us going in the right direction. Give gave John the Revelation of Jesus Christ in remarkable prophetical dreams (or visions)for the Church. "To Him which was, and is, and is to come." God is still communicating to His servants or people through dreams to bring about His purpose in the earth.
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Dr. Bethtina Williams on Monday, September 12, 2011 1:36 PM
Allen, thank you for joining this week's blog. Your comments are so on point and I am thankful that you have taken the time to share the insights that you've received in order to encourage others.

Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Thursday, September 15, 2011 9:20 PM
Hello Elder Wilson, your comments are very insightful.

Marsha Wilson on Saturday, September 10, 2011 6:18 PM
The first thing that came to mind after reading this weeks blog was the story of Joseph, which begins in Genesis chapter 37. What I saw in the details of Joseph's life, was a man who was so moved by the dreams that were given Him by God, that it literally began to set him on a course to live the life of his dreams! As Joseph spoke of his dreams to his family members, I believe (destiny) was activated and/or set in motion in the realm of the spirit. Joseph had no idea of all that he would have to go through and endure before his dream came to fruition, and more often than not we aren't privy to that information either. But I believe because of sound training, a personal relationship with God, and a dream that came from God, Joseph was able to stay the course and see his dream fulfilled. At this point in my life, "living the life of my dreams", doesn't necessarily mean that I have arrived, but what it means to me is that I'm to live each day to obtain the dream for which my life was purposed!!
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Monday, September 12, 2011 1:52 PM
Marsha, thank you for sharing your heart with us on this week's blog. When you made the statement "I am purposed," it spoke volumes to me because that understanding alone is vitally important to having hope for a brighter and more promising future in spite of what present circumstance might be. When you know that you are purposed it gives you hope, encouragement and motivation to press on and seek to fulfill your dreams and destiny. God has place boundaries around your life to help guide and keep you in alignment with the purpose for which you have been born. Stay encouraged and know that your best days are right in front of you.

TrAcie Fields on Saturday, September 10, 2011 9:46 PM
Matt 6:33 best describes how to live the life of our dreams. By seeking God first we will know his will his plans and desires for us thereby desiring to fulfill his purpose for our lives. As our relationship with God grows we desire to want what he wants for us thereby the things that we dream and want are those things that he wills and desires for us. As he begins to add other things that our heart desires to us we are able to keep those things in perspective and recognize that the are blessings from God and we will give him glory for those things. As we truly seek the Father material things are not at the forefront of our mind but an added benefit of living a life pleasing to the Father. When God blesses me with a material possession I don't ever want that thing to cause me to lose focus on who it is that even made it possible for me to receive such. I want to live the life of my dreams that have been inspired and given to me in my time sent with the Father. Thank you for this weeks blog to help us get to the place God wants us to be
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Monday, September 12, 2011 1:41 PM
Tracie, thank you for sharing your comments on this week's blog. As you know your destiny is not left up to chance but was ordained before you were ever born, and dreams and visions are oftentimes a divine roadmap to help usher us into the fulfillment of His purpose and desity for our lives. A dream while you are sleeping might warn you of pitfalls or dangers ahead so that you can avoid them, and a dream might also reveal things, people and places to you in order to connect and align you with things that are beneficial and wholesome to your life. Embace your destiny in God and it will surely come to pass.

Marcus Elliott on Monday, September 12, 2011 2:17 AM
I was answering the 4 questions aloud to myself..I have accomplished alot of things in my young life that im proud of & I give ALL the credit to GOD...its helped our (GOD & I) relationship to grow. But ive been noticing that some of my desires for the things that ive been dedicated to have been losing its strength in enthusiasim & passon for those desires. As a young man knowing that i need the answers directly from GOD i increase my prayer time. the thing is i cant figure out if its me giving up on my dreams and should i still pursue them or is it GOD replacing those aspirations with new ones and turning my attention to things that i want later on in life..and this time now is just the beginning of a turning point. i know everything has its own season, and acting on them with the right timing is key. IDK...sometimes i thing i make things to difficult by being to deep or is it really that simple. ANYHOW...i am soooo appreciative of you and Pastor Stan...i know GOD has directed me towards you..and its making a huge impact on my life. GOD BLESS
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Monday, September 12, 2011 2:22 PM
Marcus, I am so glad to see you on the Blog. I want to encourage you to never give up on your dreams. At times they may be fine tuned or transition into another phase in the fulfillment of the dream, but never ever give up on them. It appears like you need a coach (a personal life coach)who can help you navigate your way, inspire you and help you create good strategies towards good success and the fulfillment of your goals in life. I am more than willing to assist you with that if you're interested. Love you in the Lord and am praying for you.

Jonathan Williams on Monday, September 12, 2011 11:55 PM
Dr. Bethtina, thank you for your latest post, as it really spoke to me in many ways. It allows me to better understand how I should live my life according to God, and put him first in all that I do. In all that I have accomplished in my life, I must push it deep down in my spirit that it is all possible because of the Lord.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 12:06 PM
Jonathan, it truly makes me happy to know that you were inspired by the blog. I glad that it encouraged you to understand and know that God is the one who has enabled you to accomplish and continue to pursue your dreams. As you continue to live your life according to God's plan it will take you to great places and set you before great men. Your life will fulfill God's original design and yoiu will be satisfied. God bless you.

Vickie Williams on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 7:20 PM
Dr. Beth, Thank you for the segment "Living the Life of Your Dreams". Your comment regarding living a "purpose-filled" life is so necessary in order to accomplish what we have been given to do while here on earth. Because God's thoughts toward (about) us are to bring us to an expected end, living out are dreams is so significant. Especially since the Holy Spirit, the One Who abides with us and is our help (Jn 14:16)is right there with us to encourage us to pursue and press toward the fulfilling of our dreams. III Jn. 2 says "Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper (fulfill your dreams) and be in health, even as thou soul prospers. The fulfilling of our dreams does not only benefit us, but others around us. They will cause the lives of others to change and become better. If we take a good look at our dreams, we will see that it expresses God's love thru us for others. It does not matter how great or small we think the dream is- its purpose is to accomplish something significant for the building of God's Kingdom. Thank you again Dr. Beth for your steadfastness, perseverance and being a Kingdom builder.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Thursday, September 15, 2011 12:13 AM
Vickie, thank you so much for your comments on this week's Blog. They are excellent and well spoken. God's Holy Spirit is with us to encourage and help us fulfill our dreams for His glory. Whether they are great or small we need to believe in the God who believes in us and who has entrusted us with the opportunity to bring something extraordinary to pass that will magnify His name and advance His kingdom in the earth realm. Again, thank you for sharing your heart with us.

Kenya Bracey on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 7:28 PM
Thank you both Pastor Beth & Pastor Stan, this blog has truly shed some light on me. I do believe that all that I have accomplished thus far in my life is truly God's will and to GOD I give ALL the Glory. However, there are some things in my mind that I don't quite understand. One being the transition that me and my family are going through. I know that it is said that you will often go through things to get closer to GOD, but I thought that we were doing just that right there at Lighthouse. We were getting fed by sucvh faithful individuals and then we had to move from that place that I call the comfort zone. Now we are in a new place, trying to get our lives back to the way it used to be, and it is taking some time. This blog gives me an understanding that with GOD in it, everything is possible, even CHANGE......I thank you from my heart for sharing this post with me. May God continue to Bless you and Pastor Stan and the rest of Lighthouse congregation. Love you and miss you all!
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Thursday, September 15, 2011 11:26 AM
Kenya, many thanks for joining this week's blog conversation. Yes, God has blessed you with all that you've accomplished thus far,and the transition that you are experiencing has taken you "out of your comfort zone", but you want to "grow as you go and flow" with the transition. Never fight transition or it will fight back at you, because change is a constant inevitable part of life. Simply put, nothing stays the same. Everything goes through transition, but you can make the best of it and grow and learn as you go through it by making the Word of God your sure foundation. In Dr. Stanley's discourse last evening, he said, "God is calling you into the deep, the Bible (the Word of God)is your source of stability in the deep, Jesus and the Word are one. So carry it wherever you go." Kenya, you may not be at Lighthouse any longer, but the Word of God (Jesus Christ, the living Word) is with you wherever you go. They key to your transition is to stay in the Word everyday. You will grow stronger, and find a new house of worship to fellowship at. It will uplift and encourage your heart. God bless you and thanks for staying in touch.

Anonymous on Wednesday, September 14, 2011 10:13 PM
Very insightful. Dreams should not be a reflection of what we see rather a reflection of what God sees in us. "Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give (impart, transfer, plant) you the desires (goals, dreams, pursuits, passions, purpose) of your heart (God's dwelling place, place where God receives greatest honor, place where God is loved and esteemed above all others).
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Thursday, September 15, 2011 11:39 AM
Dear blogger, thank you for sharing your insightful comments on this week's blog conversation. In addition to your remarks, "a dream is also a picture of the reall you, who you really are. It's the real you of the future, not the present." Dreams are incredibly inspiring things, but unfortunately few people actually believe that their dreams are possible. What's important about a dream is that you have to believe that it's possible and pursue it. As we dream and envision a brighter more glorious future for ourselves, we need to keep God as the centerpiece, focal point and core of all that we do, because as we "delight ourselves in (honor) the Lord" joyfully "He will give us the desires of our hearts." Again, thank you for your comments. God bless you.

Candice Mimms on Sunday, September 18, 2011 9:06 AM
This week’s blog facilitated a clear viewpoint of the significance of dreams. In addition, this week’s blog highlighted major questions that cause us to look into our true thoughts regarding our involvement with specific daily activities. While I was reading over the various comments and the blog in itself, I realized it is imperative that we actually live out our dreams. It also put major clarity on the importance of remaining in the will of God. God’s plan for our lives will come to our attention in various ways. His will can be brought to our attention through dreams, visions, spoken word... By living out our dreams, we are expressing an awareness of who we are, who we think we are, or who we think we should become, based upon what we believe whether it be from God or our own self perceptions. This is why it’s extremely important to stay connected to our Creator. Our connection with Him will allow us to have a life that’s filled with His extraordinary plans for our lives.
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