“Write the vision and make it plain”–Habakkuk 2:2
More than five years ago, God gave me vision to create an entire line of stationary and organizational products for women. Unfortunately, life happened and I closed that door. I hid my God-sized dream deep within my heart and became afraid to hope and dream again.
In December of 2016, God reminded me of the dreams HE placed in my heart. It was time to put in the work. With the support of my phenomenal husband and the connection with mighty women of God, this dream became a reality once again.
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What is the God-sized dream in your heart? Are you willing to take one step toward making that dream a reality?
Choosing to say “yes” to going after what God has designed for you means:
- Choose faith over fear: There will be many times you are afraid, insecure, and unsure about your journey. Yet God promises in Proverbs 3: 5-6, He would direct your steps. Choosing faith means believing God will provide what we need to complete the purpose He put in us.
- Letting go: To make room for God to do something new in your life, we also must be willing to let go of the old. Some of your old negative thoughts and habits will make room for the new God wants to do in this season. We cannot go forward holding on to thoughts and behaviors that are meant to keep us weighed down.
- Planning: Dreams don’t just happen. We must do our part. Carve out time to write, to draw, or to create. What are the steps you need to take in order for His purpose in you to become a reality? Maybe you need time to research, take a class, or create the video. Identify one step and go.
We are grateful to move forward in what God has placed in our hands. We are excited to continue building a community to help women do less striving and do more living in Him.
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Dreamer and doer,