Scriptures: 2 Corinthians 3:18 (NASB), 1 John 5:14-15 (NLT), Zechariah 4:10 (NLT), Habakkuk 2:2-3 (NLT) and Ecclesiastes 7:8
How often do you sit and daydream or visualize your hopes, dreams and ambitions in life, only for them to become fleeting manifestations in your mind? Perhaps it is because what you see are only glimpses and not constant consistent visuals of what can be.
In today’s modern society, too often what appears real is often infatuation; someone else’s illusion of what you can become. The Law of Vision clearly shows the principle of beholding as envisioning before having something. Too often, however, we waste valuable time – speaking in the hearing of fools, who do not hunger for our thoughts.
You see, when our current condition no longer dictates visionless hope, and we fervently and unapologetically behold; cling to the transformative visual manifestation of becoming what we have been beholding then divine uniqueness is birthed.
In other words, without a clear vision the next level will appear unattainable. The visionary’s vision should always be visible enough to be read at a glance.” Why? Because our minds think in pictures, not words. A vision’s divine origin stems from having intimate dialogue with God about his will for our lives; not ours. Vision is God’s loving hand infusing intricate details about areas of our lives which require more attention. We should delight ourselves in keeping God’s vision in sight. In retrospect, does what we behold ignite hope in us or does our allowing others to extinguish it take precedence?
Until we become righteously indignant towards what we behold, our being full of vision (purposefully guided, instructed and directed by the Holy Spirit), will inevitably be consumed by visionless hope. See what you seen then embrace what you behold!
Prophet Dr. Tiajuana Pittman