When Dreams Don't Come True

Sisters, come on in and grab a cup of tea and lets talk about ...When Your Dreams Don't Come True. What is that a possibility?

Many of us were told as children that we can be whatever we want to be when we grow up. Many of us we even encouraged to write down our dreams in life. Some women are even given the advice to live your dreams before marriage. But no one ever thinks that their dreams will not come true. However, what if they don't then what?

If I am a Christian won't the Lord bless me? If he doesn't what does that really mean?

Wow, this book is right on time. As we prepare for the season changes, it is also a great time to revisit your dreams and desire in life. It is important to make sure your dreams and desire line up with the plan of God.

Ladies, we have to read his word and pray so he can reveal his plans on our life. Unattainable dreams is a subject of only a few sermons I have ever heard.

In a culture that is saturated with messages about dreams and destiny, Louise Goings gets the readers of her new book learn how to bring their dreams in line with their God-appointed destiny and will receive practical instruction to help them allow God to dream for them.
Pastor Louise Goings is the founder and coordinator of RAPHA Women’s Ministry, a ministry dedicated to the healing and restoration of the total woman—spirit, soul, and body. Pastor Goings has written three self-help books, Bonding, The Ministry of the Pastor’s Wife, and I Know Who I Am.

She shares the pastoral duties at Outreach Family Fellowship in Dillion/Florence, South Carolina, with her husband, founder and senior pastor, Apostle Michael Goings.

The book is available on Amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1599794500/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=springsentert-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399373&creativeASIN=1599794500

What is your thoughts about your dreams not coming true?
 Is that even possible?