…ow Jesus. Stuff is always going to happen and life isn’t always going to go the way you want it to. There are going to be failures, dreams shattered and hopes destroyed. In the meantime, if I can keep my eye on the prize of following Jesus, none of what happens — good …
I would say, dreams delayed, hopes restructured is a phrasing more consistent with faith in Jesus Christ. If hope can be destroyed, there is nothing left for which to live, meaning Jesus fails us. Romans 5:5 declares very clearly that hope cannot fail, meaning hope only can be restructured, with outcome dreams built on hope seem somewhat delayed.
In Acts of the Apostles, twice Apostle Paul sought to go to Asia, twice the Holy Spirit hindered him (Acts 16:6). Eventually, Paul did evangelize Asia (Acts 20:18), with the Church in Ephesus, which is located in Asia, turning out to be one of the model churches of that time, much unlike the troublesome Corinthians.
Without the troublesome Corinthians, however, perhaps Paul never writes extensively about love, never pens 1 Corinthians Chapter 13, so in all things faith in Jesus Christ means giving thanks for what we do not fully understand that restructures hope for achieving of godly dreams, objectives, and aspirations.