Daniella Whyte

Infinitely More Dreams (365 Days of Daring Faith – DAY 212)

Infinitely More Dreams

Ephesians 3:20 (NLT)
Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think.

Faith is choosing to believe that God’s plan and purpose for your life is perfect. Faith also reveals your willingness to trust that plan and purpose as well as God’s timing. Nothing beings to happen in your life without trust, faith, and obedience. God gave you the ability to dream and to work for those dreams. Along with that you must ask for and receive his power to make those dreams a reality.

Ask God what his plans are for your life. Listen to his voice and he will tell you what he wants you to do, where he wants you to go, what he wants you to say, and so forth. God is not hiding from you. He is so ready to guide those who are willing and surrendered into a world that he has created before we were even thought of. What you think about doing is your dream; what you attempt to do no matter what obstacles you face will bring that dream to pass.

When you dream, dream in faith. Scripture promises that God is able to do “infinitely more than we might ask or think.” Never allow an impossibility stop you or negative people hold you back. Instead remember that nothing is too hard for God. Whatever you ask for, he will give it to you. Whatever door you knock on, it will be opened to you. What you look for, you will find. Faith is the only requirement for turning the impossible into the possible.

Put God to the test and see if his promises won’t come true in your life. If you dream only to the extent of your power, you will get a very small outcome. But if you dream to the extent of God’s infinite power and ability, you will have a result that is beyond your wildest dreams. Write out your dreams and determine whether they match what only you can do or the level of faith you have in what God can do through you.

“Dream great dreams for God. It’s the first step in your walk of faith.”
— Rick Warren


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