Just Do It

In two recent blogs, I discussed the benefits of dreaming, and dreaming big. In this blog, I want to discuss the journey from a dream to a destiny.Most of us are familiar with the infamous 1988 Nike ad campaign encouraging people to “JUST DO IT.”

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What If?

In my last blog, I discussed the benefits of daydreaming our way into our destiny. The degree to which our destiny is fulfilled, however, will be determined by our willingness to dream beyond what we initially imagine, ask, or think.

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The Art Of Dreaming

New Years tends to be the one holiday Americans have selected in which we are reminded to dream — to hope outside of the box of our current reality. Studies have shown that approximately 45% of the American adult population makes New Year’s resolutions.

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How To Start Fires

Many Christians pray for years that revival would come to their church, community, and personal lives.  They are devoted to praying for God’s presence to come in power.  They are part of prayer meetings that cry out for God to bring the fires of revival to their land. 

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5 Paths To Becoming A Firestarter

Christians are normally either motivated my guilt or passion.  Guilt says, “You have to be a Firestarter.”  Passion says, “You get to be a Firestarter.”  Becoming a Firestarter is not succumbing to a guilt trip, but pursuing passion – a hunger and thirst for the “Fire” of God – His presence starting a fire in us.

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Good Medicine - Joy!

Joy is one of the fruits of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22). Fruit, however, does not grow overnight — it must be cultivated over time. Similarly, the fruit of joy must be cultivated daily if we expect to see it produced in our lives.

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Declarations Make A Difference

It is important for us to realize that when we declare God’s Kingdom coming, we are releasing Heaven to earth with our words.  In fact, the Bible tells us that we have the power of life and death in our tongues (Proverbs 18:21, James 2). 

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Drunk People Do Crazy Things

It is true, drunk people do crazy things. They will say the craziest things to anyone who will listen (even if they won’t listen). They will laugh out loud, oftentimes for no apparent reason, and without any sensitivity to their surroundings whatsoever.

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Yada Yada Yada

Many are familiar with the phrase “yada, yada, yada,” made popular by the long-time sitcom, Seinfeld.  In the context of the show, the catchy phrase is used to imply, “O.K., enough already, get on with it, get to the point,” and is usually accompanied with one’s head tilted back and eyes rolling up for dramatic effect.

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