21 Days of Wonder: Dream

Margaret —  January 25, 2013 — 13 Comments

21 Days of Wonder DREAM
Some of God’s greatest wonders await us when we allow ourselves to dream. [Tweet this]

Spend twenty minutes today creating a list of things you’d like to see God do in your life and the lives of those around you. Write down things you’d do, places you’d visit, and situations you’d encounter if anything were possible. Ask God to lift the lid off your prayer life and begin believing him for things you previously thought impossible. Walk boldly in the wonder of divine expectation. [Tweet this.]

Wonder Challenge: Tweet, post, pin, or proclaim a bold dream today!

Example: One day I dream of a trip to Paris. Have started my packing list! #LIVEWONDERSTRUCK.

One of my life-long dreams has been to go to Maine. If you want to join me on the adventure of a lifetime this summer playing and hiking in Acadia National Park on August 8-11, click here. Don't wait, spots are filling up fast.

Tomorrow: PRAYER

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13 responses to 21 Days of Wonder: Dream

  1. I’ve always wanted to go to Maine too. It looks so beautiful. And my birthday fits right in the middle of those dates! Hmmm.

  2. One day my family and I dream of going to Germany! Time to update my hubby’s passport and get my son one. Baby steps. :)

  3. You will love Maine! Gorgeous country. I’ve been fortunate during my life to have traveled widely. My God-sized dream is to be published. Course – I’ve got to keep writing first! :-)
    Peace to you, Margaret.
    Felecia

    • Leif, Hershey, and I cannot wait to visit Maine– especially with a bunch of new friends! Thank you for sharing your dream and your gift with us, Felecia!

  4. Naming your dreams it’s scary business… but I did last week I proclaimed them boldly and then shared them on line… can I share them with you?

    http://stonetoheart.blogspot.ca/2013/01/dreaming.html

    • I love your dreams, Tonya! Keep dreaming those God-sized dreams. Praying for you as you boldly proclaim your heart’s desires!

  5. Oh..Maine …I have always wanted to go there too…and what a treat to set at your feet for days….if only :).
    God and I were just talking about this yesterday….there is a lot of talk these days of God size dreams….I have to confess there is a resistance in me….so I am asking Him to show me what is defective in my thinking that keeps me from embracing what parts are from Him…I have grown in living in wonderful hopeful expectancy for Him throughout my day….but something specific…just not there yet…thanks be to God,who is forever willing to set us free….have a wonderstruck weekend!

  6. Dream…. oh I love that word. I am going to write down my dreams as you suggest. My dream is to run a women’s ministry in Canada for our small town. But in God’s timing. It is has been quite a journey since coming to Christ in 2001. God led me to write, to blog, then to paint, then to publish a children’s book. Just waiting to see what He has in store for the next 10 years.
    Thanks so much for hearing His call and writing your book.
    Blessings,
    Janis

  7. having a blast with this permission! not all for public display, but def enjoying this dreaming as i #LIVEWONDERSTRUCK

  8. I must say it was very scary to put my dream down on paper. Seeing it written down made it really become something tangible that I could achieve.

    http://shimergap.blogspot.com/2013/01/wonderstruck-19-dream.html

    Also, I recently found a great quote about the purpose of dreams.

    “Dreaming secures one’s hope in the future; it teaches the heart not to succumb to the opportunities of the moment, but suffer long for the greater promises of tomorrow.” – Jake Weidmann

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