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“Musings of a Spiritual Father………When Your Vision Is Under Attack”

As a Christian, you probably began this journey with a mental photo of something God placed in your heart.  It was called, “your vision,” or maybe, “your heart’s desire.”  As time and circumstances evolved that picture became cloudy, more difficult to define, or perhaps disappeared beneath the debris of life.  I have good news.

While there is so much of life with which you must deal, God remains focused on you, and your vision.  He remains committed to the plan He gave in the beginning.  Nothing you’ve gone through has taken Him by surprise.  You will never be too old, nor will you be too late, to accomplish your vision.  Although your enemy wants to paralyze your progress, blur your vision, and steal your future; you have strength in reserve, and weapons of war that are not carnal!  It’s time to take a deep breath, exhale and gather yourself for an aggressive move forward toward your dreams.

The first step is to “get up on the inside.”  Make that first forward move a shift in thinking.  Think like a conqueror.  No more pessimism, doubt, or fear.  Today, choose to make the shift in your mind (soul).  Remember, what happens in your mind will happen in time.  You are in a process that’s repositioning you to maximize every gift God placed within your life.  Take a look around because in every crisis, God gives a key to exit that crisis.  Energize your thinking to be keenly aware of all resources available.  Something previously overlooked could a key to your breakout.

Encouragement and energy are often synonymous words in the journey of faith and obedience.  Our energy often stops at the point of our focus.  When energy wanes, encouragement also wanes.  God’s word says your vision has an appointed time for manifestation.  When a baby is born, the greatest discomfort and pain is just before the delivery.  When the baby enters the birth canal, the nurse/doctor might say about the mother, “she’s in transition.”

Although you are in the midst of a painful season, please know this may also be the pain just before the promise!  Your destiny is manifesting at another dimension.  Be encouraged today as you remember the Word of God, which says, “Weeping may endure for a night, but JOY cometh in the morning.”   Your day of deliverance is at hand.  Refuse to miss this moment.  It’s that for which you have prayed.  Embrace your harvest.  It’s abundant, and much closer than you think!


One Response

  1. Amen, I agree and recieve this blog, in Jesus name. The Lord has spoken to me through this Blog Bishop. Thank you, for being obedient! This is a blessing. God bless you and your family!

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