yep, today is Martin Luther King Jr Day.
I’ve had these thoughts swirling around in my head for about a week about being a DREAMER and just felt like today was the perfect day to write them down.I was inspired yet again today, by a man who dreamed big. who risked everything to dream.
and look what has come of his big, audacious dreams.
He also dreamed that his kids would not be judged not by the color of their skin, but the content of their character.
that too is a dream of mine.
back to dreaming.
I ran into someone recently & when I asked how they were and what they had been up to they said something that you & I say or hear said a lot, “oh we’re just going through the motions”.
my friends, it’s SO EASY to just go through the motions. I know it is. I struggle and battle with it too.
but in that next moment God reminded me big time, that we should always be praying big prayers and dreaming big dreams.
remember when you were a kid & someone asked you what your dream was?
why did we stop asking that question? or beleving those dreams could come true?
while we might not still want to be a professional singer (yep, gotta actually be able to sing for that one)
we have real life dreams that God has put on our hearts.
I’m reading a book called The Circle Maker by Mark Batterson and yall I keep reading the same pages over and over. It’s so good. I just need it to seep into my soul. I picked it back up this weekend and this is where I landed,
what are your dreams?!
Hey, I'm Wynne!
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