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When was the last time you asked God to do something impossible, something out of the ordinary? I believe that one reason we don’t see God do great things is because we only ask Him for small things. Most people pray over their food, pray for protection, or pray for wisdom. That’s all good, but don’t limit what God can do. There should be something you’re praying about, something that you’re asking for that is beyond you, something that you can’t accomplish in your own strength. Do you dare to ask?

Your dreams may look impossible. You don’t have the funding or the connections, but God is saying,

“I dare you to ask Me to bring it to pass. I dare you to ask Me to show you a flood of My favor.”

Women Uplifting Women

-JOM

 

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A thing of beauty is a joy forever

Its loveliness increases, it will never

Pass into nothingness,but still will keep

A bower quiet for us, and a sleep

Full of sweet dreams, and health,

and quiet breathing

– John Keats

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Look to this day

For it is life, the very life of life

In its brief course

Lie all the verities and realities of your existence

The bliss of growth

The glory of action

The splendor of achievement

For yesterday is but a dream,

And tomorrow is only a vision

But today, well lived, makes every yesterday

a dream of happiness,

And every tomorrow a vision of hope.

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“once upon a time

there was you and there was me

 

but things got wrong

a spell came along

 

we just sing a song

“a dream … is a wish

your heart makes …”

 

many years of sleep,

i just hang on

hoped , and sailed on

 

two hopeful hearts

two lands apart

 

but i knew someday

happiness will come

i knew miracles takes time

i knew dreams do come true

 

i waited for the magic spell

i know love will find a way

love is never wrong

and so it never dies

 

you are my once upon a time

i wish upon a star

now just i hope ,

you and me,  live

happily ever after ….

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