Having a dream is delightful, scary, exciting, and hard. You want to tell everyone and no one.
It’s a mixture of emotions. You expect your dream to come true and some days you doubt that it will.
This is totally normal!
These feelings are part of the dream journey that you experience when you’re waiting. Waiting between achievement and setback.
You see, dreaming is not for the faint of heart. Holding onto an invisible hope is a lot like holding onto the hand of God. You can’t see Him but you know He’s there. You can feel Him, sense Him and hear Him. In this communication, you have hope.
He shows you the way by helping you imagine. He gives you sight so you can see where you’re headed using a vision, a dream board, and fellow dreamers. This also increases your hope. What you do with that hope matters. Having confidence in that hope is faith.
“Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance in what we do not see so what do we do with this hope and your confidence in it?” – Hebrews 11:1
When you have confidence and faith in your dreams is to have hope fueled dream. And you can do amazing things with these dreams, but the most impactful thing you can do is love others through them. Loving others, using your skills, talents, and abilities is your gift to the world.
When you see your dream in the light of hope, it’s hard not to follow it.
When you see your dream in the light of hope, it’s hard not to see the importance of it.
When you see your dream in the light of hope, it’s hard not to believe it.
My prayer for you today is that you believe in your hope fueled dreams and the giver of your dreams. That you don’t hide your dream. That you claim it. That you expect it to happen. Continue to hope and have confidence in that hope and step out in that faith. In Jesus name, amen.