So I thought I might blog about feeling so blessed that my youngest daughter, Shayna, completed her college studies at UNLV last week. Earlier in May my middle daughter, Careena, graduated from the University of Hawaii. My oldest daughter, Talia, attended a small college in the bay area called Menlo College several years ago.
I couldn't help but get a bit emotional when Shayna walked to the middle of the stage to receive her diploma before a packed out arena. As her named was called out, I couldn't help but thank the Lord for His amazing provision. In the natural, my wife and I didn't have the means to put all three of our daughters through college but God is so faithful. I truly believe that when we take the steps of faith to fulfill a desire in our hearts, God will some how make a way when there seem to be no way. He is the dream giver and the dream fulfiller. All we need to do is believe. Even when we are faithless - and trust me when I say that I was there many times - but God continued to show his faithfulness through scholarships & grants. We just needed to believe. I'm not sure what you're facing in your life during this holiday season. But I want to encourage you to not give up on your dreams. Remember, God is the dream giver and He is the dream fulfiller. Hang on to your dream. The Way Maker is near. If He can do it for me and my family, He will do it for you.
Stay The Course...your Destiny awaits. Since my three daughters were with us, we decided to enjoy some vacation time at the Vegas malls & Mount Charleston.