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40 Days of Prayer – Day Twenty-Three

What A Great Dream Looks Like
“He said to them, ‘Listen to this dream I had’.”
Genesis 37:6 (NIV)

In 1989, a movie called Field of Dreams was released. Kevin Costner played Ray Kincella, a 37-year-old man who had never done a crazy thing in his life until he heard a voice one day that said, “Build it and he will come.” You see, Ray had had a stormy relationship with his dad. As a rebellious child of the 60s, he scorned his dad who loved baseball, refusing even to play catch with him. His father died before he could make things right. When he plowed his cornfield over and made a baseball field, everyone said he was crazy for following his dream, but through the magic of the movie he could be reunited with his father as a young man. The theology is certainly not correct, and the plot is nowhere near reality, but that is what makes the movies, the movies.

One thing is for certain: People will come to a place where their dreams can be fulfilled. God’s field of dreams is not in Iowa, but rather in the hearts of His people. How do we know what a dream looks like? This list below gives us a good description of what a God-given dream looks like:

A God-given dream will stir your passion.
A God-given dream will be humanly impossible to accomplish.
A God-given dream will make an impression on you for a lifetime.
A God-given dream will cause you to exercise strong faith.
The enemy of our soul will attack a God-given dream.

Pray that Tates Creek Christian Church will be a true “field of dreams” where people can find and fulfill their dreams. Pray that the whole congregation will be united in our dream to eliminate our debt. Pray that we can be one so that the world can be won. Pray for church leaders to have discernment for decisions that affect this dream. Ask God to protect our dream from the enemy.

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