Focus your Voice {#Write31Days}

What you say about your dreams, visions, and goals is more important than what anyone other than God says  about them.  Because of this, it is important that you focus your voice to speak life into your purpose.  None of us can stop the thoughts from coming into our mind, but you don’t need to meditate on them or give voice to the negative thoughts. 

VoiceYes, there are going to be obstacles, instead of focusing on the obstacle, focus on the solution. Instead of saying “I don’t have the funds for this.”  Say “I need wisdom for how to finance this part of my dream.”  It is about reframing statements into a positive mindset.

I believe wholeheartedly that we were made in God’s image.  He created the world with spoken word and our voices have creative power too.  It is important that we focus our voice to create the right environment for our dreams to thrive instead of speaking death to them.

Our voice must align with what God says about our dreams.  He is not a God that will give you a dream that is impossible.  He will give you a dream that requires that you trust Him and that challenges you to rely fully on His understanding not your own.  That is why your voice must mimic His.  You have to give voice to the impossibilities that on your own can not be done, but with God the impossible says in His voice “I’m possible.”


This blog is part of a #Write31Days series on Focus with prompts by #FMFParty. Write 31 Days is an online writing challenge, where bloggers pick one topic and write a post on that topic every day. Five Minute Fridays provides prompts and encourages writers to free write for five minutes on the prompt.

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