Tuesday, May 7, 2013


There are opportunities all around us. Every day. Every where. Every person we meet has a story, a dream, a passion, a persistence, and a unique way they are running the race. Are we slowing down enough to take notice of these opportunities? Or just letting the rush by in a blur on the sidelines?
We are so connected to people these days. Through all the ever expanding social media there are endless ways to share your story, and participate in an other's story. But at the same time, it is a distant connection. We can 'like' something another is doing, it doesn't take much out of us. We can even 'Share' it, and that takes all of three minuets [at the most]. But are we truly participating? Are we truly 'bearing one an others burdens'? Are we running 'with persistence the race set before us' for the Glory of God and the good of our brothers and sisters around us? Are we grabbing hold of the opportunities God has laid out before us?
Today, I'm sharing a story.
This is Brittany

She has a dream. A passion. A song to sing.
She mentions in the video about her project, how “this is only possible because there are people who were willing to invest in a dream that is not their own”.
What a beautiful thing. This is something I have experienced in my own life, to the point where someone saw a dream in me before I did, and invested in it, which encouraged and blessed and stretched me in more ways than I can describe.
Consider today investing in a dream not your own, and see how God will bless you because of that.

You can also find her online here:
Don't let opportunities to bless someone pass you by today!
And have a wonderful Wednesday!

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