Solomon asked for wisdom, and God gave it to him, but that wasn’t the end game. It was just the beginning. God sees wisdom more in those who seek it than those who say they have it. And Solomon learned the hard way.
Unwanted. Misunderstood. Lonely. Jacob was running from problems, and thought he knew where he’d find the solution—until God appeared on the scene with something even better. Do you need any reassurance?
Are dreams always from God? Do they always mean something? Imaginations and interpretations can sometimes guide us or sometimes mislead us, but God's clear communication never fails.
Sometimes when we say “No” God says “Go!” But he gives us more than a strategic command. He attaches a super promise. Would you like a few more wins in your life?
Joseph couldn’t handle dreaming about the future until it was God’s future more than his. Frame your future around God’s promises more than your preferences.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is remembered for his “I Have a Dream” speech about equality among racial diversity. What holds us back from King’s dream still today, and how can you help?
Life is a journey, but which direction? The wise men followed God’s way even when it meant a detour. How flexible are you when it comes to faith in a different direction?
Joseph, Mary and the baby Jesus started life together as a family because of a dream. And they stayed alive because of another one. What should you be dreaming about your family?