What do you think about when you hear the word vision? Do you think of mystical fantasies, dreams and aspirations, or do you envision something that isn’t seen to your natural eye? Vision can be a dream, a revelation, or an oracle. What you’re reading about vision can and will cause you to see more than what you can see with your natural eye. You may be wondering how and I’ll tell you.
One thing we have to understand about God is that he has given us the power of words. A voice to change atmospheres according to our ability to see a vision. Try this: think about a blue car, imagine one… just a simple command like that caused you to see something that is not naturally in front of you. I bet if you were to close your eyes you could still see the blue car. That is the power of vision. It’s seeing beyond our natural limitations.
As believers, we have a responsibility to grab hold of the vision we see for our lives. That vision of your business, pursue it. That perfect family picture, pursue it. That ministry, pursue it. Our vision is our responsibility and not only do we have the power to see beyond limitations but we also have the power to speak it into existence. We have no excuses. God has created us with the ability to achieve anything in our lives based on our ability to see it beyond what we can see with our natural eyes.
In God, there are no limitations.
Isn’t it interesting that vision is the act or power of seeing. Something seen in a dream, a trance or especially a supernatural appearance that conveys a revelation. When we think about the word revelation, it is connected to the word vision because revelation means to be revealed. The powerful thing about the word of God is when you read it there is greater revelation behind the story then the story itself. So the bible says let them that have an ear hear what the spirit of the Lord is saying.
Habakkuk 2:2 instructs us to write the vision and make it plain. So what are you waiting for? What do you see when you close your eyes? Trust God and move towards it.
Until next time my friend,
Bishop Clarence Langston