KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE (when others say it’s dead).
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The worldwide recession is a dream-killer.
But as long as dreamers live their dreams cannot die.
Joseph dreamed his family would bow down to him and told them his dream. His father saw its significance, but his brothers envied and hated him.
Can dreams survive the bad things that happen to dreamers?
Joseph’s dream was tested by rejection, false accusation, and long imprisonment. Psalm 105:17-19
He had no idea that God was preparing Joseph in Egypt, where the dream was still alive, in the dreamer.
His life became "bound up" in the life of Benjamin, his remaining son by Rachel. (Genesis 44:30)But there’s no substitute for what you loved most but lost.
You must believe in the original dream. No substitute, however good, can replace that dream. Satisfaction comes when dreams come true.
Joseph was alive in Egypt and his dream had become a reality!
(Genesis 45:5-8 & 50:20 & Romans 8:28)
Join the Dream Team: those in your church or community who do not believe the dream is dead, even when – especially when – everything around you says otherwise.