How Much of God Do You Want?

Feature Article by Director of Alliance Partnership, Barbara Wilson Ephesians 3:20, “ With God’s power working in us, God can do much more than anything we can ask or imagine.”Are you willing to entertain the possibility that God has big plans in store for you?  Your Heavenly Father created you with unique gifts and untapped talents:  your job is to tap into them.

It takes courage to dream big dreams.  You will discover that courage when you do 3 things: accept the past, trust God to handle your future, and make the most of the time He has given you today.  So, let’s begin dreaming with these quotes I found….

Dream with abandon -   the future should be leaps forward to attitudes of endeavor and success undreamed of before.

Dream so big it takes 2 or more of you to dream them!

You can never out-dream God.  His plans are bigger than you can imagine.

Your wildest dreams do not compare to what God has in store for you.

The only dream worth living is a lifetime shaped by the heart of God.

The whole world steps aside for the man who knows where he is going.  You have the power to make the whole world step aside for you!

Scriptures to read –

“For in Him we live and move and have our being.” Acts 17:21

“My purpose is to give life in all it’s fullness. “ John 10:10

“Greater is He who is in you than he who is in the world.”  1 John 4:4

Do you want to live within the will of God?  Do you want your aspirations to lie squarely within His plans for you?  Do you want to live the dream?

My encouragement to you is to pray and seek God’s face to grasp His dream for you.  Don’t give up until He shows you.  And He WILL show you.  IT doesn’t mean God needs you, because He doesn’t.  He WANTS you.  He wants to include you in His mission.

Go ahead and be a sellout.  Let the simmering enthusiasm erupt into fervor for life and the Lord of life.  Life is too short – listen – get going!  Dare to take the plunge and dream! Psalms 37:4 says “Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart.”

How much of God do you want?


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