“After this, I will pour my Spirit on everyone. Your sons and daughters will prophesy. Your old men will dream dreams. Your young men will see visions.”
— Joel 2:28
You Have Untapped Superpowers
by Bo Sanchez
God made you a visionary.
God made you a prophet.
Your fantasies are powerful.
Your fantasies are pictures of your future.
Remember this truth: What you visualize will materialize.
When I say these words (especially the specific vocabulary I use), people ask me, “Bo, isn’t that New Age?”
That’s not New Age, that’s old age.
Just look around you. Unless you’re reading this outdoors, you’re inside a house or building. That house or building was created twice. Once upon a time, that house or building was a mere thought — an ethereal concept in the mind of its owner. But now it exists.
In the next few pages, I want to teach you how to turn your dreams into reality.
The Bible says, “After this, I will pour my Spirit on everyone. Your sons and daughters will prophesy. Your old men will dream dreams. Your young men will see visions” (Joel 2:28). Whether you’re young or you’re old doesn’t matter. God has given you the power to prophesy, to dream dreams, and to see visions.
My prayer is that you’ll learn how to make your dreams come true.
Step 1: Conceive
There was a drought in Israel.
And everyone was praying for rain.
One day, Prophet Elijah told King Ahab, “I hear the sound of the abundance of rain.” (See 1
Funny. Because when Elijah said those words, there was not a single drop of rain falling from the sky.
Nada. Nothing. Zero. Zilcho. King Ahab must have looked above him and thought to himself, “Poor Elijah.
The guy has spent too much time under the sun, he’s lost a screw in his head.”
Imagine a land that was so dry, you could see animals lying dead around you. You could see cactus plants, made by God for the heat, drying up to dust.
But in the middle of the desert, Elijah heard the sound of the abundance of rain. Where in the world did that sound come from?
The sound came from inside Elijah. It was his faith inside him telling him, “Rain is coming.”
In the Bible story, it says Elijah bowed down on the ground and put his face between his knees. Are you at home? Try that posture. (For those who are on the heavy side, please get a doctor’s consent. I don’t want to be blamed if you won’t be able to stand up again.)
What did you notice? What happened to your ears?
You covered your ears with your legs. Did Elijah want to block out the sound from the outside so he could hear the sound from the inside?
I don’t know. Perhaps.
*This article is an excerpt from Bro. Bo Sanchez’s latest book, Life Manual 101: How to Make Your Dreams Come True.
ARE YOUR DREAMS STILL JUST DREAMS?
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