Become An Imagineer!
January 21, 2019
“I pray that your hearts will be flooded with light so that you can see something of the future he has called you to…”
Ephesians 1:18 TLB
This week in the United States, we celebrate the life and vision of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
We celebrate his life and legacy today because he had the ability to imagine a different future—and that ability changed the destiny of a nation and shaped the history of humanity.
On August 28, 1963, before 250,000 people, Dr. King declared, “I have a dream!”
Do you have a dream?
A dream starts with a revelation of what is possible—made available through the power of your imagination.
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Can you imagine what God would do if we as believers discipline ourselves to harness the power of our visioneering capacity?
What would God reveal to us about not only the unfolding of our lives but the unfolding of the plans He has for our nation?
Many people want to live the American dream, but what if God wants to give you a dream for America?
What if God wants to show you what He can do through you to push your nation’s destiny back into alignment with His original plan and purpose?
God is a God of revelation. He wants to reveal things through you.
The word “revelation” comes from the Greek
God withholds things until you have the capacity to unfold things.
Sometimes we are so blinded by our circumstances we miss what the Spirit is revealing.
Faith sees what the average person is blinded to.
Vision is a catalyst designed to activate your faith.
Vision takes you into the realm of faith.
God wants to change the landscape of your thoughts and give you a mental excursion of your future—and He does it all through the power of your imagination.
Your imagination is an ideas generator.
When your mind flourishes with new ideas and amazing possibilities, your life will flourish in an amazing way.
Whatever you imagine will emerge.
Vision requires the use of your imagination—it is the mechanism through which you move toward an imagined future.
Where there is no flight of the imagination, there is no elevated future.
You must leverage the power of your imagination to convert future possibility into present reality.
You must become an imagineer!
A vision is God’s invitation to imagine the possibilities.
Imagination makes everything possible.