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PowerPoint - Aug. 31, 2009

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Recognizing your God-given dreams
          
August 31, 2009

Now Joseph had a dream….
--Genesis 37:5

Do you want a glimpse of what your life can become for God? Well, if you do, let me ask you this: "What dreams has God planted in your heart?"   

Think about that for a moment because it's very important. Your dreams are a vision of what your life can become for God!

The sad thing, however, is that many people are so busy just trying to make it from one day to the next that they don't recognize the dreams God has put in their heart.

The dreams that God gives us are supernatural dreams he can use to encourage and motivate you toward the destiny that he has designed precisely for you. And when you begin to recognize and embrace the future that he has for you, it will change your life.

The dreams he has for you will supply you with a sense of significance, security, and strength. And, if you live them, these dreams will become your destiny.

If you haven't recognized them already, ask God to help you recognize the dreams he has planted within you, and he will do it.

WHEN YOU BEGIN TO RECOGNIZE AND EMBRACE THE FUTURE THAT HE HAS FOR YOU, IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. 


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Dear Friend,

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