As we continue our series on the power of vision, we answer the question, “What is vision?”
Vision is like the eye of the eagle. An eagle sees farther than any other animal. In the same way, vision allows you to look into the future and see a life filled with meaning and purpose.
Vision is like a magnifying glass. A magnifying glass brings objects into clearer focus. Vision from God allows you to see your life with better clarity.
Vision is like the banks of a river. The banks of the river provide direction for the flow of the water. Vision provides direction and keeps you moving in the way God wants you to go.
The Bible says in Proverbs 29:18,
“Where there is no vision, the people are unrestrained.”
This verse means without a vision for the future, you will not have a clear purpose in life.
How do you need vision in your life today?
Dare to Ask God to give you vision like the eye of the eagle, like a magnifying glass, and like the banks of the river,
Hallelujah! We get to celebrate Christ’s resurrection this Easter! I have seen the tomb, the accounts are true: It is empty!
New series! Family is the foundation for all cultures and originates from the Bible. Is your family a priority in your life?
God’s vision for our life will always include seeing a need in the life of another person and loving them. Who needs your love today?
God tells Joshua three times in four verses to “be strong and have courage!” Will you trust in God today?
Lives were changed because Nehemiah was faithful to God’s vision for his life. Be encouraged! Seek God’s plan for your life. Take action, and you will also be a History Maker!
How do you know what your next step is to meet the need and accomplish the vision? Great action begins with making clear goals. Find out here how to make SMART goals.
Nehemiah acknowledged God’s power and took the next step in obedience and faith. He made the decision to follow God’s calling, will you? Check out this weeks post!
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!