What you physically see manifesting, today, matters far less than you think.

Although we can experience a lot of life in the now (or a lot of disappointment), the momentum and hope of life remains in the intangible.

You hope in a future that doesn’t currently exist, right?  You believe for a marriage that only grows better with each passing decade.  You have a business or ministry waiting to be birthed.  You trust that your kids are not going to end up as ax murderers.

Tomorrow is the intangible dream waiting to happen.  You never fully see what you’re believing for…but nonetheless, future visions have power; they draw you forward.  They push you and compel you to make choices in the now.

Of course, fear and pain work to drown these Spirit-filled hopes into lifeless desires.  But you must be stronger!

So, regardless of the fact that there are no guarantees to any dream, we still must dream.  We still must imagine.  We still must believe that God’s promises are true.

Remember God’s Words to Joshua, “Be strong and courageous, for you shall cause this people inherit the land that I swore to their fathers to give them.  Be strong and and very courageous, being careful to do according to all the law that Moses my servant commanded you.  Do not turn from it to the right hand onto the left, that you may have good success wherever you go.” (Joshua 1:7)

In the command of God, there is a hidden gift.  Within you is more ability than you presume.  Tap into new levels of courage, and new levels of Kingdom promise will manifest.

It really is just a choice. If you do not choose, one will be made for you.


  1. It’s great how God knows what to say to keep us encouraged in such crazy times. Thank you for listening, teaching and reminding us of who we are on Earth.

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