From Dream to Destiny

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Do Your Dreams Seem Out of Reach?

If you have a dream, then you have a destiny.

In his inspiring new book, From Dream to Destiny, Robert Morris prompts you to ask yourself, How do I travel from the dream to the destiny--and what happens on the way?

Each of us is given a dream by God--it's the notion that sets our hearts racing by the mere thought of it. Unfortunately, most people never see their dream come to pass, so they never fulfill the destiny that God has in store for them. Robert Morris tells readers exactly how to make their dream into the reality for which they long. Using the example of Joseph in the Old Testament, Pastor Robert shows how God gave Joseph a dream and then promptly took him through 10 character-building tests that lasted 13 years. These tests assessed Joseph's strengths and weaknesses--from pride to purity--and they are the same tests that each of us must pass before God lets us realize our dream.

Find out what the tests are and if you are passing or failing them, and get ready to begin fulfilling the destiny that God has in store for you.

Contributors

Robert Morris, Author

Robert Morris (www.theblessedlife.com) is the founding senior pastor of Gateway Church, a multi-campus, evangelistic, Spirit-empowered church in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Since it began in 2000, the church has grown to more than 36,000 active members. He is featured on the weekly television program The Blessed Life, which broadcasts to approximately 100 million homes in the U.S. and more than 200 countries around the world. Robert holds a doctorate of literature and serves as chairman of the board of The King's University. He is the bestselling author of eleven books, including The Blessed Life, From Dream to Destiny, The God I Never Knew, The Power of Your Words, and The Blessed Church. Robert and his wife, Debbie, have been married 34 years and are blessed with one married daughter, two married sons, and four grandchildren.

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