Thursday, November 08, 2007


Ephesians 3:20-21 says, "Now, all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power to work within us, to accomplish infinately more than we might ever ask or think. Glory to Him in the church, and in Christ Jesus through all generations forever and ever! Amen."

If you know know I am a day dreamer. I could waste hours imagining myself in different situations of wealth, success, service, love, anything-you name it, and I always get a little disapointed when I think about how unlikely it is that the things I imagine will come true. But according to Ephesians 3:20-21, God is different. He has a tremendous vision for the Church as a whole, and for each of us individually, that is much more incredible than we could ever hope to imagine or come up with on our own.
Plus, his vision for us is made perfectly possible by God's mighty power in our lives. So, we never need to be afraid to dream big when it comes to God because we can bet that God is dreaming bigger.

Dear Heavenly Father, Thank you that you have plans for me that are much greater than I know, and thank you that I do not have to limit my dreams for your kingdom because I have the oppertunaty to live by your power and not my own. Please accomplish your vision in me and my life. Amen.


Daniel said...

Well, i think everyone does this from time to time. Sometimes I find myself being afraid to "dream big" as they say because I feel like I'm not capable of accomplishing what I dream for. But, I try to target this by focusing on the little things in life that lead me to my aspirations. With my experiences of what I've seen and felt, and with God of course, I have become motivated to work hard and follow in many aspects of my life; whether it is school, church, or my relationship with the Lord. I now feel like I am getting closer and closer to DOING instead of day dreaming!

jeremy said...

dreams uh? yea, people do love to dream...the sad part is, notice that everyone usually dreams about sinful the lives in video games like grand theft auto, or the like the movie godfather or scarface...yea it looks cool to pack all those guns, but i don't think it'll be worth it...
but the dream of creating a jesus revolution on our campus is not impossible. i just hope that one day people in our own youth group will try to make a difference, and not be so judgmental, and i think we Christians need to be more accepting

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