THE POWER OF VISION (Part 1)

Vision Is The Foundation Of Life!

God has a grand plan for His Church, but much more fascinating is the fact that He has a plan for each member of His body. You are not created to roam about in life purposelessly.

 

 

MEDITATION VERSE

Where there is no vision, the people perish; but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.

Proverbs 29:18 21st Century King James Version (KJ21)

 

INTRODUCTION

God has a grand plan for His Church, but much more fascinating is the fact that He has a plan for each member of His body. You are not created to roam about in life purposelessly. You are designed for a specific purpose. But your placement in the grand master plan of God is located by vision. Vision is the foundation of life!

 

1. WHAT IS VISION?

 

A. VISION IS A DIVINE INSIGHT INTO GOD’S MASTER PLAN FOR YOUR LIFE

  1. It is very important that you discover God’s plan for your life, because, vision puts an end to a life of struggles.

  2. You are designed to perform best at that assignment you are created to perform.

 

B. VISION IS A PICTURE OF GOD’S PROMISE LAND FOR YOUR LIFE IN HIGH DEFINITION

 

  1. Vision shows you the Promised Land of God for your life BUT God’s guidance is required to enable you to arrive there ( Exodus 13:21- 22).

  2. Until you are guided by the One who created you and knows the way, your life’s purpose may never be realized.

 

C. VISION IS YOUR PATHFINDING INSTRUMENT

  1. Vision is a tool for finding: Direction, Focus, Inspiration, Wisdom, and Resources. The visionless are void of the above.

  2. What happens outside for you, must first happen inside you. If you want to be resourced outwardly you must first be resourced inwardly. But it all begins with vision!

 

D. VISION IS THE COMPASS OF DESTINY

  1. Just like an aircraft will crash without a compass, a person’s life will crash if he does not have a clear direction of where he is going.

  2.  Where you face determines where you end. If you don't like where your life is heading, change what you looking at!

                          Sow A Seed of Any Amount 

 

2. WHAT VISION IS NOT?

 

A. VISION IS NOT AMBITION

1. In Christianity, we have many Ambitious believers, but we don’t have many Visionary Believers (Phl 2:2-3).

2. Ambition is what one looks forward to achieving by themselves for themselves. Vision is what one looks forward to achieving with God for people!

3. Vision is not ambition!

 

B. VISION IS NOT SITUATIONAL

1. Situation is the “direction ” that arrives as a result of what, one is going through at a particular time of their life.

2. A low season in you ministry or business is no indication that "God has changed your vision.

3. Vision is not situational!

 

C. VISION IS NOT REACTIONAL

1. Reaction is in most cases is an act of insubordination or an overestimation of oneself.

2. Many Christians today find themselves in what they are doing simply because of what they detested in some: People, Places or Protocols.

3. Vision is not reactional!

 

D. VISION IS NOT CONFIRMATION

1. Confirmation is seeking the affirmation of others in deciding what steps to take in life.

2. When you have the ordination of god you don't need the confirmation of men (Gal 1:15-16).

3. Human confirmation is, confusion in disguise. God’s Revelation is Convicted Confidence and Peace!

4. Stop being led by men; rather, be led by God (Psalm 85:8).

5. Vision is not confirmation!

 

E. VISION IS NOT ASSOCIATION

 

1. There is a difference between God leading you to associate with someone and God Commissioning you to someone or someplace.

2. Often people who associate, partake of the Grace of a certain ministers life and that is often confused for vision but it is not ( 1 Sam 10:11).

 


I know this message has blessed you. Please share it with someone you care for.

 

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