The other side of dreams-1

Genesis 37:5 “And Joseph dreamed a dream, and he told [it] his brethren: and they hated him yet the more.”
Genesis 37:11 “And his brethren envied him; but his father observed the saying.”
Everybody likes things being easy, Go to church, get anointed with oil, hands laid on them, take the communion, get prayed for then go home, sleep, wake up and see all their dreams fulfilled!
I once saw a movie in which somebody was told to make a wish on her birthday, she did while blowing out her birthday cake. By the time she finished blowing out the candle lights, all her dreams had come true!
In another movie, a lady came across a “fairy”, and suddenly all her dreams came true when the fairy waved her wand. We all love this type of “miracles” and I wish that’s how dreams come true, but friends, dreams don’t come true by wishes or a fairy’s wand. Those are just Hollywood stuff!
I wish I can tell you it’s very easy, as easy as getting anointed with oil, but I can’t. A lot goes into getting dreams fulfilled and that’s what we want to look at in this piece.
This type of gist is what many pastors dread. How do you tell your people that getting things done is not going to be “very easy” when you’re suppose to be an agent of encouragement, one that gives people hope!
Well, let’s face it and talk about it!
From our focal scripture, we can see that immediately you announce your dreams and vision, the first thing it attracts is hatred, then envy!
Hatred means to dislike intensely or greatly. Psychologists say, at the root of every hatred is something called envy.
Envy is a feeling of displeasure or ill will towards somebody for their good fortune or possessions. It is a resentful desire to show malice, harm, injure or even kill another for what they have that you wish belong to you.
To be continued…
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