Vision is normally . . .
birthed in a human experience and
based on a human need
God can choose to reveal His vision for your life through a supernatural experience like a dream in the night or a divine visitation from an angel; however, for most people, the process begins when they see a need.
Nehemiah cared deeply for the people of Israel and the city of Jerusalem, so when his brother told him, “The wall of Jerusalem is broken down, and its gates have been burned with fire”, he sat and began to weep (Nehemiah 1:3).
Although Nehemiah had never been to Jerusalem, he saw the need.
God designed you for a purpose and to pursue causes for which you would exchange your life. When you find God’s vision, you not only take hold of it, that vision takes hold of you.
What is a human plight that stirs your heart and touches a spiritual nerve?
Answering this question is the first step in the process of discovering God’s vision for your life.
Dare to ask God today to open your eyes,
Are you burdened today? Burdens provide passion for a vision to be achieved. What would you attempt for God if you knew you would not fail?
Many of us see needs around us, but few actually feel those needs! Read this week's Dare to Ask God to hear how you can move from seeing to feeling!
What is the first step to discovering God’s vision for your life? Find out here!
Nehemiah felt as though all the odds were against him. He was powerless, but he knew he served a powerful God. Do you feel powerless? Have you turned to the One who is all powerful?
What is vision and how do you need it in your life today? Check out these three examples of vision!
Have you taken the first steps towards discovering God’s vision for you life? Are you ready to go through the journey of discovery?
Do you know your life’s purpose or are you still searching? Pray this week for God to reveal His plans for you.
Will you put the irreparable past in God’s hands? How can you take a step out into the irresistible future with God?
Mary trusted God in a BIG way! Where is God showing you to trust BIG in Him?
Mary and Joseph’s obedience changed the world! Will you be obedient to what God has called you to?
It is God who works in you to will and to act in order to fulfill His good purpose. Ask God to reveal Himself and His purposes for your life.
Are you facing difficult obstacles in life? Remember John 16:33 Jesus tells us to take heart for He has already overcome the world!