Faith begins by believing, hoping, and yes even by a dream. Martin Luther King said, “I have a dream.” You and I have seen his dream unfold over the past several years. His dream cost bloodshed, hard work, disappointments, letting go, and holding on.
Mother Theresa too had a vision for the poorest of the poor. Her vision caused divisions, ridicule, hard work, sacrifice, compassion, extreme dedication, separation, loneliness, and a tenacious spirit that refused to doubt and was determined to believe that all things are possible to the one who believes.
Jesus said, “all things are possible to him who believes,” and He was speaking of believing for those things God wants and predestines for us (His people). God put a dream in Martin Luther King for his people, and he led a crusade that made that dream a reality. God put a vision in Mother Theresa for the poorest of the poor. And, through her life, the impossible became the history we now know. One dream, one vision, one man, one woman, and one God the author of those inspiring words have drove many to accomplish the unthinkable, the unbelievable and the impossible.
Whatever situation, or dream, or prayer you have, you must first ask, “Is this God’s dream to work through me?” It is your purpose on this earth to pursue and fulfill God’s desire and dream for mankind.
He has a miracle to birth through you, and that is why you must never give up, never quit, and never, never let go of one of the greatest promises made to man. “All things are possible to him who believes.”
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