when plans burst

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Sometimes it’s simple things that speak loudly. Just after looking at a recipe, I heard a POP and knew it was something in the fridge. My imagination did not prepare me. The biscuit tube I had thought to use, was overflowing its diagonal lines…

How often are your hopes and ideas bursting before you get to them?
Do they seem useless, finished and better forgotten?

Do you ponder the fullness of God’s word and the depth of His promises or wait for it to burst out in revelation?

Think of Joseph, David, Ruth… They didn’t seem to have much to hope for anymore. The things God showed them seemed to expire, then SUDDENLY… life shifted!!

God loves the impossible! Nothing is too hard for Him! What seems impossible with man, is always possible to God!

Don’t give up on those dreams. Don’t stop those prayers. Be open to God giving them in an even bigger way than you could imagine, because He loves to outdo even our most creative thoughts!

God can do anything, you know—far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams! He does it not by pushing us around but by working within us, his Spirit deeply and gently within us. Ephesians 3:20 MSG

Maybe our ideas have been too small, our prayers a bit wimpy and our hopes past their expiration date – BUT GOD – He is not small, wimpy or late!!! He is faithful!!!!

We are saved by trusting. And trusting means looking forward to getting something we don’t yet have—for a man who already has something doesn’t need to hope and trust that he will get it. Romans 8:24 TLB

I pray you will see even more of God’s blessings and favor as you continue to HOPE and DREAM of even bigger things with Him!

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3 thoughts on “when plans burst

  1. Oh so very true. I am reblogging this today in order to share your great blog with my readers, so they too can see the wisdom of your words. Thanks so much for sharing this today.

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