“Now unto Him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us.” – Ephesians 3:20
A number of years ago, a popular advertisement showed a boy gazing into the future. In the background, a planet was whirling and a rocket was bursting into outer space. The heading for the ad said, “You’re as big as you think!” The caption then went on to read:
“Only a boy. But this thoughts are far in the future. Thinking, dreaming, his mind sees more than his eyes do. So with all boys…vision, looking beyond the common place, finds new things to do. And growth, as it always must, follows where mind marks the way.”
What do you dream about? What has God enabled you to see that does not exist?
God created you with an imagination. He gave you the ability to dream, to have faith for things that do not yet exist, and to attain high goals. In fact, the reason you have an imagination is because you are created in God’s image, for God has an imagination of His own. He has daydreams. Some of what He has dreamed turned out to be you!
If God were to rewrite this old ad, He’d likely picture you with the heading, “You’re only as big as your imagination!”
Albert Einstein said, “Imagination is more important that knowledge.”