Dream Fulfilled: Birthing A Dream
GOD DOES NOT LIE
God does not lie. I love the way Beth Moore reminds us, “God is who He said He is, and He will do what He said He will do.”. I can imagine Abram, now Abraham, and Sarai, now Sarah, doing the same. It’s a core value we must carry until we have the breakthrough.
GOD’S PROMISES NEVER FAIL
At once, after enough drama for your Mama, we find Sarah is pregnant. This promise took 25 years to accomplish, but God did it. (25 YEARS... Doesn’t that make you feel a little better about your life?) God’s promises never fail.
Keeping this in front of you will be very important. In my kitchen, I have a visual reminder. It’s a little metal picture that says, “I can do all this through Him who gives me strength” (Philippians 4:13). Each time I look at a picture in my kitchen, I’m reassured a little more that every blessing I’ve experienced and every promise fulfilled is because He gave me the strength to see it through.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PROMISE
Some promises of God are conditional with what He asked us to do, and some are dependent on something He said He would do. Abraham didn’t obey God perfectly, but God was faithful to do what He said He would do.
If you’re sitting in a fulfilled promise, you are here for one of two reasons. You did what God asked you to do, or God said it and it was as good as done. Regardless of why you are here, enjoy!
DREAMS HOLD LEGACY
The only way to truly leave a lasting legacy is to live as a Dream Chaser. We can’t forget our dream is always connected to the big dream of God. God’s dream is for the family. It’s for lasting fruit, and He wants our story to be connected to His GREAT story.