No Request is Too Extreme

When your heart is in your dream, no request is too extreme.
Jiminy Cricket

Connecting with Five Minute Friday’s linkup. Prompt “Extreme.”

I love Disney movies. I have fond memories of Jiminy Cricket in Pinnochio. I think the story is one of hope and wishing. This quote reminds me of the power in dreaming. The hope that is in one’s heart can come true. It doesn’t always, but it can. I dreamed of being married and being a mother one day…

That dream came true.

I so love being a mother and a wife. It is truly magical, memorable, and a space of gratitude for me continually. I know this role was destined for me by God. I know He planned out the people in this love story. He wanted my dream to come true. He listened to my heart’s desire for being a boy mom also. We have two amazing sons.

I wonder what are dreams of your heart that have come true or may come true?

Please share!

May God be a part of the extreme.


Published by graceglimmers

Seeking balance in a world that moves fast. Slowing to see God's glimmers of grace that abound around us. Growing in the strength of a Good, Good, Father who loves us unconditionally. Sharing the gifts of the gospel through words and pictures.

3 thoughts on “No Request is Too Extreme

  1. I love how you tied this beloved Disney song to a message of God’s hope for us! “Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart” Visiting from FMF#16


  2. Thank you for your post. I guess my dream has always been to have a deeper understanding and love for the Word of God. I had been one of those check off my list Bible readers but now I can’t get enough of His Word.😍
    I’m FMF #19


  3. The dreams I had are put away,
    committed to God’s holy hands;
    I’ll see them all again one day,
    in other times and other lands,
    but now it’s duty that is first
    in my heart and in my soul,
    and it is wrong to think me cursed
    that my wishes weren’t made whole,
    for this life wasn’t made for me,
    but made to fit another plan,
    rooted in the mystery
    that’s far beyond the mind of man,
    and thus I will accept my place,
    and trust my days to holy grace.


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