Put legs to those dreams!
Dreaming (buzzz) is all fine and good, but when a lot of people talk about their dreams, Iâ€™m pretty sure theyâ€™re referring to their â€˜daydreams.â€™
Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream.
When you sit around in your world history class and picture yourself as the $300,000,000 powerball winner, thatâ€™s a daydream.
Lifeâ€™s too short for daydreaming.
Another difference between the two is that daydreamers are notoriously lazy.
God dreamers seem to have a second, third and even fourth wind!
We dreamt together as a staff today and it was awesome. Awesome to see them light up as they talked about what they might do if they knew God was in it.
When itâ€™s your own dream, it will inevitably be exposed as a daydream. When itâ€™s Godâ€™s dream and He partners with you (what a privilege, huh?!), itâ€™s a ginormous, life changing dream!
How do you tell the difference?
If you can achieve it without God itâ€™s too small to call a dream.
If itâ€™s too big for you too achieve on your own, but itâ€™s all about YOUâ€¦itâ€™s a daydream.
But if itâ€™s too big for you to do alone but it furthers Godâ€™s kingdom and makes His name famous?
Hold on to your pillow, youâ€™re in for a wild and adventurous ride!
Oh, one more thing. I like what Craig Groeschel said here about our role and effort in the big dream. If it isnâ€™t worth pouring yourself into heart, mind and soul, it probably isnâ€™t worth doing at all.
Dream Big tonight and tomorrowâ€¦
Put legs to it!