#170 – Ode to the Dreamer

Here comes the dreamer. The dream is a future anointing, promised and sealed by the Holder of all dreams. The dream is equal parts arresting and equal parts liberating. It is a passport, a baton, a weapon and a guiding light adjusting for each circumstance of life.

The high price of a dream is a non negotiable necessity. It cannot be leveraged on credit nor acquired, with a deficit. It must be paid for in advance and the currency is blood. It will cost you every false perception to acquire your defined reality.

The dream is like a mirage. What is tangible and intangible become hard to distinguish. Each layer of obedience, brings it closer to reality. When the obedience is delayed, the purpose in the, dream is delayed.

Ode to the dreamer: You are capable, be courageous and continue to carry the dream no matter the cost. The dream is worrisome and yet worth the weight. It will produce life, liberation and a way of escape for many.

Genesis 37:18-20 (before)
When Joseph’s brothers saw him coming, they recognized him in the distance. As he approached, they made plans to kill him. “Here comes the dreamer!” they said. “Come on, let’s kill him and throw him into one of these cisterns. We can tell our father, ‘A wild animal has eaten him.’ Then we’ll see what becomes of his dreams!”

Genesis 50:18-21 (after)
Then his brothers came and threw themselves down before Joseph. “Look, we are your slaves!” they said. But Joseph replied, “Don’t be afraid of me. Am I God, that I can punish you? You intended to harm me, but God intended it all for good. He brought me to this position so I could save the lives of many people. No, don’t be afraid. I will continue to take care of you and your children.” So he reassured them by speaking kindly to them.

2 thoughts on “#170 – Ode to the Dreamer

  1. God’s plan is never like what we imagined. His ways are past finding out. All he wants is our obedience.

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