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1. The dream should be so big that there is no way that you can do it being the person you are today.

2. The real purpose behind God-given dreams is to get you and me to grow.

3. If you can achieve your dream being the person you are right now, then the dream is too small.

Adversity is God’s University!! “You can be confident in this one thing, He who begun a good work shall perform it until the day of Christ Jesus”. (Phil 1:6)

The story of Joseph from the Book of Genesis was a life of suffering and glory. Joseph was one of the twelve tribes of Israel, a son of Jacob and his wife Rachel. His story is told in Genesis (37–50). Joseph, most beloved of Jacob's sons, is hated by his envious brothers. Angry and jealous of Jacob's gift to Joseph, a resplendent “coat of many colors,” the brothers seize him and sell him into slavery in Egypt, where he ultimately became ruler of the land, second only to King Pharaoh.

Joseph’s life is a fascinating portrayal of the MYSTERY OF PROMOTION and God-given dreams. Through profound adversity, he never quit moving toward his future. I want to encourage you to model yourself after Joseph and receive the same kind of Divine Promotion he experienced! Joseph had a drastic metamorphic transformation to his life. He started out a petty, pampered, spoiled daddy's boy. He was his Father's Favorite; he had a custom-made coat and therefore his brothers were jealous of him and disliked the way their dad looked after him. Growing up having things always go your way is not really a character-building experience. Joseph was not near being leadership material at this point. But God gave him the dream of being a Leader (Gen 37:5-11). Although Joseph's brothers thought his dreams came from personal ambitions; the dreams were God's direct revelation to him. Joseph learned through two dreams that God had a special purpose and work for him. Surely, the dreams sustained his faith throughout the many years of his unexplained suffering. Like the Lord Jesus Christ, Joseph "learned obedience from what he suffered" (Hebrews 5:8-9). This is the way God regularly makes His children "perfect," or mature and fully developed. Through a series of events, Joseph eventually became the Leader of a Nation.

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