12 April 2024
Chicago 12, Melborne City, USA
Christian Article


Who knows the inner recesses of the Heart? Who has found the key to unlock the deep inner door that leads to the dreams within?

What will dampen the dream or take away the zest and zeal for seeing a dream come true? A dream that does not come true is, in effect, no dream at all.

In essence, a dream is a heart-found aspiration formed in the innermost part of the individual.

Most importantly, dreams are given to every person on planet Earth; these dreams are typically then, in most scenarios, conceived as a child, usually in the first five to seven years of the child’s life.

The nature of such inclination is to pursue such desire if ever obtainable.

Every person has a child inside, where they can recall childhood memories of old, the moments, the places, and most importantly, the things that lead to their dreams in life.

We start with a dream, and in fact, we tend to remove the invention from the dream Giver, and in this way, many lose Hearts and their God-given dreams in life.

Many are born with the Gifting to achieve their dreams in life, and without the God connection, they might excel in a particular arena, but this will not bring fulfillment and content.

Therefore, the Dream Giver, God, is and should, in this regard, be our ultimate desire in life.

Even though we dream BIG, this does not mean we can not achieve it…no, but before we can reach our dreams in life, specific key kingdom criteria need to be in place.

So then, a dream is a God idea for your life, and God wants to give you the desires of your Heart, but often and most times, we lose Heart and don’t complete the race set before us. Without seeing, without achieving, living an under-average life should not be seen as the end of the race.

God wants you to pick up on your dreams. Never let go of your God-given dreams…

Sometimes, a dream might relate to a certain person that you loved, and sometimes we lose them. This is when a dream dies!

When a dream dies, this is then, for sure, the saddest funeral I have ever experienced.

This DOES NOT mean it was not God’s Idea for your life; often, and in most cases, people are the main cause that we give up on our God-given dreams in life.

Not that I am saying they do it intentionally, no, but rather out of nature and concern that might not necessarily be a God idea.

You might act the part for your dream and expect everyone to play along, but this does not mean that people will miss understand you. Don’t pretend as if everyone else knows that you are meant to be someone or something you formalized in your Heart.

Even though you know that this is the calling God has put on your life, not everyone might accept this.

So then, a dream is always connected to certain key people in your life. I have never heard of a plan that does not involve a third-party person. So then, if we are pushed aside, not needed, even as far as rejected. This can destroy a dream.

God who understands allows us to move on, and sometimes the Lord will give us a new avenue to reflect the desire of the Heart. God is in the business of giving new dreams.

Even though your dream might be dead, which means that a part of your life is DEAD, God can raise another dream in your life. God can bring your past failures, your obscure years into a river of living water.

Now then, the ultimate for any dreamer is to experience the tangibility of their dream and see it come to pass regardless of price.

There is a twofold criteria to achieve your dream. 

1.) Obedience, and then

2.) sacrifice

Obedience out rules sacrifice; if disobedience is at work in your life, you are in rebellion against God, and rebellion, according to The Word of God, is equal to “witchcraft.” There exists an absolute zero percent chance of you feeling the tangibility of your dream. 

Then the following Obedience is Sacrifice. What are you willing to sacrifice for the Lord? Well, friend, let me instead pose this question, what do you hold dear to Heart? Well, in case type scenario of Abraham, it was Issac.

Abraham, the Father of our very Faith, or the one by whom we have faith and also now believe in Christ our Lord, obtaining such great a salvation.

The storyline goes something like this. God gave Abraham a promise or, in better words, his “dream.” Something to aspire and live for, something more weighty and of substance than seeing with natural 20/20 vision.

For Abraham and Sarai, the promise (Isaac) would almost appear as if totally “impossible.” Abraham was of age, and Sarai was barren. 

The Word of God for Abraham came to be, and Isaac was born. 

I wish I could put the expectation and rejuvenation into words, a state of pure ecstasy as the babe Isaac, the long-awaited promise, came into this world with a loud cry.

As Isaac came of age, a young lad.

God instructed Abraham to sacrifice the “promised son” or “dream” for HIM. In a state of utter humility and 100% OBEDIENCE, “BELIEVED,” and this was accounted to him for “Righteousness” or in right standing with the Lord, that even should he slaughter his only begotten, that God has the capacitate to raise his Isaac from the dead and make his dream live on.

On Mount Moria, where Abraham lifts the knife to the slaughter of HIS DREAM or promise, The Angel of the Lord took hold of Abraham’s hand, then praised him (Abraham) for HIS OBEDIENCE, not sacrifice.

It was there where the ram was found in the thicket of the thorn; God provided the sacrifice, symbolically of Jesus our Lord and Savior, becoming sin and then crucified in our stead.


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