Welcome to MentorshipRevolution Question Column 12th Edition!
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In this specific edition of the question column I want to on vision. It is only normal, right? Since I have started an entire course that will be centered on Vision Boards.
By the way, if you haven’t joined this course yet for $4.99 or purchased your seat, please do so. This course will be a learning experience and mindful experience. It is designed to allow room and space for critical thinking on vision + to provide community-like grounds that will allow you to discuss, interact, and focus on creating your own vision board.
Question: How do I know the vision God has for my life?
This is one of the most important life-changing and defining of the questions a person can ever ask. It isn’t simple to answer, but it isn’t impossible either.
As a matter of fact you must answer this question if you want to be the person God would have you be, and that is why the sooner you answer it the better.
The three most important entities within this specific question is one’s life, vision, and God. As you look at one entity it becomes more noticeable how the other two entities matter concerning that one.
For example, I am a Christian. A Christian that by right of birth has a life to live, and right now in my life (and yours) I am focused 100% on pursuing and manifesting the vision God has for my life. He has always known it, which is why I was given life from the beginning. On my side though I have to let life unfold and walk by faith instead of sight.
Throughout this excerpt I will share some scriptures from the Bible that relates to vision, and these scriptures in one means will answer the entire question that is asked above.
The one I am sharing right now you may have heard before many times:
” For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you future and a hope.
– Jeremiah 29:11
How did the scripture above make you feel? Does it say a lot or just a little something on the topic of vision?
Most specifically God is speaking, and he doesn’t name a person so this means we have to read the story before this point, or leave “you” for open context.
In God’s word (the Bible) he often speaks ( in a myriad of ways), and while he may be speaking to one person at a point of time in history the words he are saying is for all those that are his people, and those words transcend time.
God’s vision for us is always to give us a hope and a future. His vision never involves evil schemes, depression, gloomy death, or discouragement.
So, if your vision sometimes feel/look hopeless or you think God doesn’t want to bless you or give you good things in your life because of sin or something you have done- that is not true.
Here is another scripture on vision that can help you clarify the vision God has for your life:
“After these things the word of the Lord came to Abram in a vision: Fear not, Abram, I am your shield; your reward shall be great.”
I know Abraham was this great man of God, and his story is known to mostly everyone in the entire world. But Jesus changed everything. The same promises to Abraham is the same promises to those who walk with God today in their salvation.
God will inspire your vision, give you a unique vision for your life, and protect the vision he has blessed you with. And even more he will reward the vision that is within you and the same vision you allow to manifest. Isn’t that crazy? God continually gives back to us when he doesn’t have to. We are not perfect, but God knows that and he still has a grand plan for the lives we live here on earth.
Welp, this is the end of MentorshipRevolution Question Column 12th Edition!!!
I enjoyed writing this edition, and I pray that God reaches you with this month’s Question Column. You may be at a point in your life where you know your vision and you trust the vision and adapt your life to it. Or you may just be becoming familiar with the thought of vision, and how you can walk in your God given vision. Thank you for reading and supporting MentorshipRevolution! We are on the road to #MR3k or #MR3000. Stand with us.