In life we can become very disappointed when things go differently than we had hoped for. However, if we are willing to dream again we will realize that our dreams haven’t died, they just are taking longer than we expected.
There is no expiration date on our dreams. God created us to grow, develop, flourish and thrive. We are made to overcome every obstacle and challenge in life and step into our purpose and destiny. The more we spend time in prayer with God, the more He transforms our heart. We begin to dream bigger and better. Now our dreams aren’t just about us but they are ‘Kingdom Dreams’ that impact others for generations.
Anything really worth having is worth waiting for. Our dreams may take longer than we expect, but over time we will see God bring us the right people to help and more than enough resources to fund the dreams in our heart. Our God is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all than we can hope, think or ask.
Proverbs 13:12 (The Voice) - Hope postponed grieves the heart; but when a dream comes true, life is full and sweet.