Our Faithful God is the Giver of Dreams – pure dreams, true dreams, worthy dreams.

We see in Genesis that Joseph was given the “never gonna happen” kind of dreams; those that could not be fathomed by the human brain. Knowing nothing about the “how”, he chose to be faithful to believing in the One True God every day, in all kinds of circumstance, and did not question the end game.  Abandoned by family to slavery; imprisoned wrongfully for years; and then elevated to the Prime Minister of Egypt, second in authority only to the Pharoah himself! His was a journey of never giving in to unbelief, of never changing integrity to fit circumstance or opportunity. Of not judging life on what is “fair.” (Gen 41:39-42 – a great read!)

When I first accepted the vision for She Loves Out Loud, I was dumbfounded on how to begin. Prayer matters. Prayer changes things. God brought hearts alongside to make 2020 possible, and now He is using you to make 2022 a huge blessing across the globe! 

Spread the word – God is calling His daughters to pray.   

The hope stirring within in us for a peaceful, secure future is real, possible, and just waiting to be explored! Your dreams are GOD’S OPPORTUNITY to demonstrate His personal love and almighty power. 

Sometimes we don’t follow our dreams or set goals because:

  • We don’t think we are worthy of a blessed life. Blessing is not dependent on what we deserve, but on the abundance He wants to give. Because you were created by the heart of God for His plan and purpose, your true worth can only be measured by His standard. He loves you unconditionally, period. That is the truth you must believe.

God saved you by his grace when you believed. And you can’t take credit for this; it is a gift from God. (Ephesians 2:8) 

  • We are afraid to try. FEAR has been defined as False Evidence that Appears Real. God

Knows our fears, our loneliness, our despair. He asks, “Do you know My love for you; that I have overcome the world?” Hold on to this promise: “For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and a sound mind.” (2 Timothy 1:7) 

  • We become overwhelmed with challenges or lack of resources. God can do anything, you know—far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams! (Ephesians 3:20 The Message) 
  • We allow the past to overshadow hope in the future. It is easy to become our own worst enemy. We dwell on what was rather than on what can be. That is not to say that emotional pain is not real, for it is. But we cannot heal if we do not choose to heal.

The thief’s purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. I (Jesus) came to give

_____(your name)_____________________ a rich and satisfying life. John 10:10

You better believe it!   Keep expecting amazing with me!

Diane Strack, President of She Loves Out Loud Global

P.S. November 5th is approaching fast – PRAY for churches, orgs, and home groups to join us Invite to our Facebook group and ask friends to LIKE the page.