What should we do during seasons of discipline and delay? Four simple things:
1. Wait for the Power
You are going to need the full power of your dream to work for you, not some watered-down, premature version. Jesus made his followers wait until they received power from on high. That’s a promise for us, not just them. You will receive supernatural power for the task ahead if you don’t try to rush God’s timing.
I’m convinced that much of the dream-centered life is simply saying, Okay, God. It doesn’t make sense to me. All of culture is going the other direction. But I’m going to do exactly what you say. That posture of patience and obedience is much more powerful than our own efforts.
2. Remember the Voice of God
Psalm 34:3 encourages us to “magnify the Lord.” Does that mean make him bigger? No, but it means we make him bigger in our own lives. By doing this we make God’s voice bigger than the voices of doubt in our own situation.
Imagine the dream busters who rose up against Noah and the pressure he got from his own family. I picture his three sons…Continue Reading