Dream (Words Of Life Series)
D"ream contains a hot coal of encouragement, thoughtful answers to question that were silenced long ago as you left childhood, an intriguing study of God's Word and a challenge to do something big regardless of your age! Take a fresh...
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D"ream contains a hot coal of encouragement, thoughtful answers to question that were silenced long ago as you left childhood, an intriguing study of God's Word and a challenge to do something big regardless of your age! Take a fresh interest in your own dreams and in the dreams of others, because they are an enhancement to the advancement of your life! Using the lives of Joseph in the Old Testament and Joseph in the New Testament as the backbone of this message, readers will learn different types of dreams, when and how to use dreams, the various kinds of dreamers and how to sort it all out. Dr. Rutland challenges believers of ever age, gender, societal status, profession and denomination to do one thing--dare to dream.
Learn the language of the Spirit. Asleep or awake, dreams run in across the threshold of the willing soul and bring to life long-forgotten hopes. This generation awaits those visionaries who will lead and...Dare to Dream Again. Look into the lives of two dreamers named Joseph who understood the powerful meaning of the visions of the night. Behind the veil of our sleep, we may be hearing from God every night and missing the message unless we ....Dare to Dream Again.^
Mark Rutland (born 1947) is a missionary, evangelist, ordained minister of the International Ministerial Fellowship, and the third and current President of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was elected to that position following a vote by the Oral Roberts University Board of Trustees on January 28, 2009. His acceptance of the offer to become the university's president makes him the first person to hold that office who is not a member of the family of the institution's founder and first president: the evangelist and faith healer, Oral Roberts. Prior to his election as Preside