Trusting God's plan means believing everything that happens in life, even the small annoyances, has a purpose.
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A plan will give your dream substance.
Without it, your dream will remain just that: a dream.
Here are but a few ways to begin developing your Dream Plan.
It's impossible to take the first step towards your dream when you don't know what the first step is. Developing a plan is essential to achieving your dream.
Just take a step.
Agree to that opportunity.
Move forward in an area that makes you passionate.
You never know, it may just turn out to be the very thing you were created for.
Because at the right time, at the perfect moment, when all the trials and training have come to fruition, you will see a harvest.
You just can't give up.
I believe in the importance of having your dreams always in front of you. I even created a dream wall in my office so I can see the dreams and vision for my life at a glance.
It's great, but I never took the next step for that dream wall: writing down the goals I have to accomplish those dreams
Understanding God's restorative nature should give us the courage to step out.
Try new things.
And know that if we make a mistake, He will get us right back where we need to be.
We may not understand how the path we're on will lead us into His promises.
And we don't need to.
We just have to trust that, no matter the circumstance, God is in control.
And He knows what He is doing.
God's thoughts are higher than ours.
His ways different than ours.
We will never fully understand the plans He has for us.
Never fully grasp the path to receiving His promises.
When we fully allow God to direct our lives, the paths He leads us down won't make sense to us.
They won't be what we expect.
And that's okay.