Any Dream Will Do - Part 2

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Any Dream Will Do – Part 2 The Grand Finale Introduction The grand finale – the final night – the curtain coming down (1966 World Cup, Independence Day etc) You can imagine Pharoah saying “and you will rule with me over all of Egypt” and the camera pans across some pyramids and the screen fades to black and the credits begin to roll. But Owen, that’s not the finale… Owen Sorry Phil I was just wondering who would play Joseph in the film… (joke) But like I said, that’s not finale. Ah, of course, the touching, sensitive end as Joseph is reconciled to his family. Then as the camera pans across the field , past the sheep, we fade to black and the credits roll Owen, that’s still not the finale… Owen So you’re thinking this is more of an epic,…show more content…
**There is a goal for your life – something bigger than you can imagine. In John 10:10 of the Message Translation of the Bible, Jesus says “I came so they can have real and eternal life, more and better life than they ever dreamed of.” He’s not just talking about the afterlife, its our present life too – the life God has for you today, is more than you can imagine – God has plans for your life (Jeremiah 19:11), you’re going somewhere – no matter what they said about you, you’re going somewhere.** Ecclesiastes 3:11 (AMP) speaks of this kind of divine purpose: He has made everything beautiful in its time. He also has planted eternity in men 's hearts and minds [a divinely implanted sense of a purpose working through the ages which nothing under the sun but God alone can satisfy], yet so that men cannot find out what God has done from the beginning to the end. As you can see here, God places a purpose in people’s hearts – this goal for your life. But that sense of destiny is part of a wider plan, a purpose that is working through the ages; so vast, so expansive, so significant that no individual can comprehend it. And there’s that sense here – that we have our own unique role in this much bigger thing that is happening not across hours, days, months of year but across centuries and millennia. We may not be at the finale but we are at
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