And there will be difficulties. That is a given. But it is always important to remember for all difficulties and troubles in life, that nothing is as bad as it originally appears to be. When we first face obstacles in life, they can seem to be insurmountable at first when our strength and courage have yet to be “tried in the fire.” And Satan is often busy at work trying to make problems seem bigger than they really are so that you give up, before the final push that overcomes the monumental obstacle. But it is so easy to become discouraged by the complex problems of life. These problems can so easily befuddle you, making you focus your energy on the wrong things or sapping away you courage, bit by bit. This is what Galations 6:9 is referring to when it says: “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting. And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.”
God promises in this verse that we will reap whatever we sow, whether it is to the flesh, to selfishness, to pride, etc. or whether it is to the spirit, to sacrificial love, to the betterment of others. Our dreams can be part of the spiritual sowing when we are in the center of God’s will and when we make Him a part of our dreams and ensure that our dreams are ones that fit within the purpose of God’s greater plan for humanity. For instance, if you have a talent such as painting or singing or even repairing cars or cooking, such skills and talents can easily fit within God’s greater plan for the betterment of humanity since all skills and talents are necessary for a well-rounded community or church, etc. The way God works and the way He creates us individually, there is room at the table for every single one of us and our unique personalities and talents. God is very generous and is infinitely creative in designing each one of us. We are all “fearfully and wonderfully made” regardless of our abilities or lack of abilities, etc. Each of us, regardless of our circumstances, talents, challenges, has a unique mission for this world which is indispensable for God’s greater plans for humanity. God “does not make junk” as some wise person has said.
I pray that you will find your unique contribution to the world and that you will have courage to pursue your dreams with God's help.