Imagine. What would you do if you knew you could not fail? If you had no budget restriction, no shortage of people to help you – just you and the dream, what would you do?
“Imagine” is a vision word. It sees into the future and it sees the promise of what is to come. It is the title deed of what is yours but does not yet exist. Imagination as a God-thought is vision that gives us future. A person without a future will always return to his past.
There are seven types of vision people.
1. People with no vision. These people stumble in life with no plan and no goals. People all end up somewhere, but few people end up somewhere on purpose!
2. People with little vision. They have some vision, but it is just above survival mode. They have a small mind and small faith for their future.
3. People with confused vision. They change the vision too often and confuse the vision when conflicts arise or when they face delays or discouragement. “Double-minded” is a good adjective for these people.
4. People with a wrong vision. Wrong core values result in wrong direction. If your life is built on a wrong foundation, your vision will also be wrong.
5. People with vague vision. There is a lack of clear vision that results in a strange loyalty to performing daily, trivial acts. Those “small things” are more like crutches that keep them from moving beyond current boundaries.
6. People with someone else’s vision. Some people accept other people’s ideas for their life without question. They live by what others want them to be or to accomplish. God’s vision for your life is the only vision you should be concerned about achieving.
7. People with God’s vision. People who have undergone a spiritual transformation encounter with God that has created a clear spiritual core that is now the command center of their life are surrendered to God and are actively making the decisions to fulfill the plan that God designed for them. This is the most fulfilling place to be!
What type of vision person are you?
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