Life was designed to be inspired by purpose and fueled by vision. This means that you don’t have to live a defensive life that is made up of crisis management. Instead, you can pursue an offensive life that steadily follows its vision and initiates its own goals and actions.
My desire is to help you clarify your vision, formulate a plan for accomplishing it, and bring it to a fulfilling and successful completion.
Ask yourself the following questions concerning vision: What do you think is your greatest obstacle to pursuing and completing your vision? What steps can you take to begin overcoming that obstacle?
For example, have you distinguished between your life’s mission and its vision? Will you trust that your life is under God’s purposes and that you are not a victim of “bad luck”? Will you stop blaming others for the way your life has turned out and start thanking God that He will enable you to complete His vision for your life?
Take some time to answer these questions in the next few days. Ask the Lord to help you search your heart for the answers.
Let’s pray together:
Heavenly Father, You can enable us to overcome any obstacles to knowing and fulfilling our visions. Please search our hearts. You have placed a vision within each of us. Help us to see our visions clearly. Give us the strength from Your Word and Your Holy Spirit to pursue those visions and to see them fulfilled. I desire to see Your purposes accomplished. In the precious name of the Lord Jesus Christ, amen.
Thought: You can pursue a life that steadily follows its vision and initiates its own goals and actions.
Reading: Psalm 129–131; 1 Corinthians 11:1–16
-Daily Power And Prayer Devotional (Myles Munroe)