Sight but no vision

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Where are you going?  Where are you headed in life?  Do you have a goal or destination in mind?  What is the vision for your life?  Too many people walk around and don’t have any idea where they are going.  A nowhere destination always results from a nowhere plan.

Hellen Keller was asked “What would be worse than being born blind?”  She replied, “to have sight without vision.”  Proverbs 29:18 says “that where there is no vision the people perish”.  With a vision life has direction. What you can see is what you can be. 

People with vision possess two things:  they know where they are going and they are able to persuade others to follow.  Hebrews 11:1 says:  Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.

Faith is vision and vision is seeing a worthy possibility before it actually takes place.  To fulfill a God given vision you must take the limits off your thinking.  Why it is that two people can be in the same place at the same time and both see entirely different things?  Could it be that we see what we are prepared to see?  In other words, what you see if what you get. 

I want to encourage you to look within yourself.  What do you see?  Vision starts from within.  Look behind you what have you learned?  Leonard Lauder, president of Estee Lauder Said:  When a person with experience meets a person with money the person with the experience will get the money.  And the person with the money will get the experience. Look ahead of you what is the big picture?  Look above yourself, what is God expecting of you?  Great visions are bigger than one person.  Look beside you, what resources are available to you?  A vision should be greater than the person who has it.  Look around you, who are the people you are associating with?  When a vision is hindered it is usually a people problem!

While pursuing your vision remember to put in the things you love.  People carry pictures of other people and things they love with them.  And remember to achieve the vision you are pursuing takes time.  So, take time to stop and rest, smell the flowers, encourage someone and stay your course.  We all need to be refreshed from time to time, mentally and physically.

To fuel your vision you must have passion.  Passion shows itself in different ways in different people.  Vision is more than just a mental image of the future.  Vision sees a better, more desirable future and provides direction and fuels motivation for its achievement.  To turn your vision into reality: 

  • You must picture the vision
  • Give your heart to the vision
  • Make sure your vision pleases God
  • Get focused
  • Get organized to accomplish your vision
  • Step out on faith and take a risk
  • Put your faith into action

God’s gift to me is my potential.  My gift back to God is what I do with that potential.  Revisit, revamp and renew the vision for your life. And let’s not be a person who has sight but no vision!!! nd let’s not be a person who has sight but no vision!!!  God Loves You and so do I..... Pastor Tammy

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Pastor Tammy Mitchell has 1 articles online

Pastor, Mentor, Spiritual Counselor, Conference Speaker and Bible Teacher. Founder of New Destiny Global Ministry and Sister to Sister Global Ministry. Our top priority is to help individuals establish and develop a personal relationship with Christ. It is our desire to connect with brothers and sisters in every city, state, and the nations. It is a privilege to connect with you, through prayer, worship and in sharing the awesome Word of God. We are here to encourage, inspire and challenge you to become all that God has destined for your life. This is a praying ministry. We have a heart of compassion for people from all walks of life and especially for those who are hurting. Our purpose is to maintain the same values as that of OUR FATHER, and be a living example of his love and grace to all mankind. We are not into religion, but we do believe in relationships. It’s not about us but it’s about Jesus.

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This article was published on 2009/09/20