To All My Fellow Dreamers: Let Him Dream For You

I read this post and decided it was absolutely worth sharing. ❤ Much of what the author expressed are the exact same things I’ve been praying about myself! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.

Mirroring Jesus

Dreams.  Anticipations.  Excitement.

I dream of my future, my ideas, my plans, my outcome… but do I ever stop and hand it all over to Christ?  Do I ever ask Him what He wants me to do?

I recently wrote this in one of my many (many) journals:

Plans.  Dreams. Visions.

How easy it is for me to dream dreams and have visions for what I’m going to (or might) do, yet I’m simply trying to get rid of this life I’m living now, and get on with the next phase… Jesus tells me to serve Him where I’m at.  Not to waste time wishing I was further along in my life and my walk with God.

But, in order to be further along in my faith in the future, I have to be pursuing Him now.  His return is sooner than I think, much sooner… Am I ready?  Would…

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      1. Good question! For a while, I was just thinking about missions involving children (their academic, physical, and emotional needs), but after the first few months, I began to love the thought of helping out whoever I could. 😊❤️ There are so many different kinds of missions!

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      2. Yes, that’s true! For as long as I can remember, I’ve felt called to work with orphans, particularly those with special needs. It’s been my dream and hope to work with children with special needs in India for a long time, so it’s fun to hear about other people having similar dreams and callings! 🙂 God bless!

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      3. That is so awesome, Grace! 💜 Working with special needs kids is no easy task, and I’m so thankful for those who are passionate about caring for them. ☺️💖 I agree! Thanks for commenting, you’re so sweet!

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