Sermon About Moving Forward with Your Dream

Moving Forward with Your Dream

You've a dream, but now what? In this sermon, we'll help you move forward with your dream.

In the Bible, Joseph is recorded as having two significant dreams. The first dream is found in Genesis 37:5-8, and the second is recorded in Genesis 37:9-11. 

Both dreams were interpreted to mean that Joseph would one day rule over his family, which further angered his brothers. Eventually, Joseph's dreams played a significant role in his story, as he was sold into slavery by his brothers and later rose to power in Egypt, becoming second-in-command to Pharaoh and saving his family from famine.

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You've got a great dream, but where do you begin? We're going to give you some tips on how to start, and how to keep it growing.

Nehemiah was a Jewish cupbearer to the Persian King Artaxerxes I. In the book of Nehemiah in the Old Testament of the Bible, it is recorded that Nehemiah heard about the plight of the Jews who had returned to Jerusalem after the Babylonian captivity. The walls of the city had been destroyed, and the people were vulnerable to attacks from their enemies.

1. Pray - Upon hearing this news, Nehemiah was deeply distressed and prayed to God for guidance. 

2. Act - He then approached the king and requested permission to go to Jerusalem to rebuild the walls. The king granted his request and also provided him with letters of authorization to ensure his safe passage.

3. Plan - When Nehemiah arrived in Jerusalem, he surveyed the damage to the walls and formulated a plan to rebuild them. He organized the people of Jerusalem into work groups, each with a specific section of the wall to rebuild. Despite opposition from their enemies, the Jews worked diligently and completed the wall in just 52 days.

4- Determination - Nehemiah's leadership, faith, and determination were critical to the success of the wall rebuilding project. His story serves as an example of how faith in God and perseverance can overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges.

Start immediately planning for the future. I Peter 3:10-12, cited from Psalms 34:12-16.


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Delight yourself in the LORD;  And He will give you the desires of your heart. Psalm 37:4 

The Lord delighted in Hanna and gave her her hearts desire, a son. Hanna responded by delighting in the Lord and gave her son back to the Him

This love relationship resulted in Samuel becoming a great man of God. We love …because He first loved us.

Our motivation is love, not fear. Isaiah 50:7 For the Lord GOD helps Me

It's easy to think that you're yourself, but you won't. You need to find God who are willing to help you out. Ask them questions, listen to their advice, and offer  out too to mission.

Start immediately avoiding wrong. II Tim. 2:22-23; 3:1-5

Once you've found courage, make sure you keep the  happy. This means offering good service to God.

1 Chronicles 28:20 

David knew: Strength/Courage would come from holding tight to God…

Keep God’s Charge:

  • Walk in His ways
  • Keep His statutes
  • Keep His commands
  • Keep His judgments
  • Keep His testimonies as written in the Law of Moses

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Firstly, the Bible encourages us to have faith in God and trust in His plan for our lives. In Proverbs 3:5-6, it says, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight."

Secondly, the Bible teaches that we should pray and ask God for what we need. In Matthew 7:7-8, Jesus says, "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened."

Thirdly, the Bible emphasizes the importance of hard work and perseverance. In Proverbs 13:4, it says, "A sluggard’s appetite is never filled, but the desires of the diligent are fully satisfied." This means that if we work hard and persist in pursuing our dreams, we are more likely to achieve them.

Ultimately, the Bible teaches that God is sovereign and in control of all things. While we can pray and work hard to achieve our dreams, it is ultimately up to God to determine the outcome. As it says in Proverbs 16:9, "In their hearts humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps."

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