Just like an architect can visualize exactly what he wants to build, the Holy Spirit works the same way in us. Look at what the Scripture says:
“but just as it is written,
‘Things which eye has not seen and ear has not heard,
And which have not entered the heart of man,
All that God has prepared for those who love Him’”.
(1 Corinthians 2:9)
After receiving this promise in the beginning of the year, I began to pray asking God to open my eyes to see His visions. The Bible teaches us about a man named Abraham. A man who apparently had success in every area of his life. He had a beautiful wife, he was a businessman, had influence in people of high society, and on top of all that, the BIble says he was a friend of God. Despite this, Abraham still had a limit in his life: he couldn’t have children. There was a moment where he thought that just wasn’t for him. But God, in His mercy, motivated him to not give up...
This year God is motivating us to go back to the start. What does this mean? It means God is inviting us to dream again!
When God created us, He made us in His image and likeness. Just like He was able to see a world before even creating it, and then formed what we see today with His word, when He breathed life into us, He gave us the same ability to dream and create.
Something my father has always taught us is the importance of visualizing, of having clear images of what we want to reach. I understood this very well when he told me, “Daughter, faith is like a new language you learn. Just like there’s English, Korean, any many more languages, there is a language of faith that is expressed through visions and dreams.” This is the reason we do our book of dreams.
But, how can we do it with our kids?
For this, it’s important to have elements that will help them be creative. With my son, we bought...