Attitudes, Dreams, And Destinations

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Attitudes determine dreams; dreams determine destinations. What you dream is where you end up.
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  Attitudes, Dreams, and Destinations When people hear the word ‘Dream’  , the first thing that crosses theirminds is the dream in a sleep at day or night time . That‟s not what I‟  mtalking about in this subject. The point I‟m addressing is the dream that takes place when both eyes are wide open; a conscious dream.The attitude of a man determines the contents of his dream; the contentsof his dream determine his destination. The attitude of a person decidesthe type and amount of symbols of his dream; the type and amount of symbols of his dream decide his end. For every dream, there are codes. The ability to decode the symbols of a man‟s dream gives interpretation to his destination. Everybody wants to dream without realising thatdreaming with a wrong attitude is disastrous. Everybody wants to dreamwithout knowing that dreams can either make or maim depending on theattitude of the dreamer. Some dreams take a man to the palace; sometake a man to the gallows. Attitudes determine dreams; dreamsdetermine destinations.Genesis 40:16When the chief baker saw that the interpretation was good, he said to Joseph, “I also was in my dream, and there were three white baskets onmy head.Some people never tell their dreams until they know how favourable the interpretation of another man‟s dream is. That is a wrong attitude. Peoplewho refuse to say their dreams had wrong attitudes before they had thedreams, therefore, the interpretations never end up well. Those withwrong attitudes use the interpretations of other people‟s dreams to determine the outcomes of their lives. Those with wrong attitudes use other people‟s measuring scales to determine the weights of the valuestied to their destinations. When Joseph asked the chief butler and thechief baker to narrate their dreams, the chief baker was reluctant until heheard the interpretation of the dream of the chief butler. People withattitude problems are always reluctant to tell you what they see. Peoplewith attitude prob lems only see when other people‟s destinations have been defined. The chief butler had a right attitude, so he had the rightdream; the chief baker had a wrong attitude, so he had the wrong dream.No one can dream a dream better than his attitude. Attitudes formulatethe symbols of dreams.  Genesis 40:9-11 Then the chief butler told his dream to Joseph, and said to him, “Behold, in my dream a vine was before me, and in the vine were three branches;it was as though it budded, its blossoms shot forth, and its clusters brought forth ripe grapes. Then Pharaoh‟s cup was in my hand; and I took the grapes and pressed them into Pharaoh‟s cup, and placed the cup inPharaoh‟s hand.”   Some people die in codes because they don‟t seek interpretations. Some people die in symbols because they don‟t seek interpretations of their dreams from God. For the fact you have a dream does not mean youknow the dream. For the fact you have a dream does not mean you knowits outcome. If you have a dream, and cannot interpret it, you must seekthe right source to interpret it. The dream I‟m talking about is not the sleep dream but envisioning your future. Some people only know the symbols of where their going in life, but don‟t know th e destinations.Some people have the codes of where they want to end up in life, but don‟t know the exact location. Except you know your destination and exact location, you will be beating about the bush. There are so manypeople with dreams, but beating a bout the bush because they can‟t interpret their dreams. There are so many people with visions, beatingabout the bush because they refused to look up to God forinterpretations. If you assign your own meaning to your coded dreams,you will end up doing the wrong assignment. You may have a gooddream, but if you assign a wrong interpretation to it, you will be doing thewrong job. A person with the right dream but wrong interpretation is asbad as a person with a wrong dream.Genesis 40:18-19So Joseph answ ered and said, “This is the interpretation of it: The threebaskets are three days. Within three days Pharaoh will lift off your headfrom you and hang you on a tree; and the birds will eat your flesh from you.”   Dreams have two opposite destinations; palaces or gallows. For the fact aman is taken out of prison does not mean he is a free man. It is thedream of a man that either sets him free or gets him killed. The chief butler dreamt of freedom and restoration; he had exactly what hedreamt. The chief baker, out of attitude problem exposed the bread of royalty for birds to eat; he got himself killed. I believed strongly thatanyone who the Son of Man sets free is free indeed, but I also believe  that a man can reject freedom based on his type of dream. In conclusionI say,  „ attitudes determine dreams; dreams determine destinations. What you dream is where you end up‟.  
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