“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
In exactly four weeks from today, my new book, Hello Tomorrow! hits store shelves!
Now, more than ever, people long to feel as though they have a voice—a self-determining voice that puts them in the driver’s seat of their own lives.
There’s no force more powerful than a God-inspired vision.
If you want to find your voice and make it heard, you need a vision.
A God-inspired vision enables you to see beyond what naturally is to what is possible in Christ.
When you are able to capture that vision in your mind’s eye, you will see the supernatural transpire in your life.
Vision is the bridge between today’s reality and tomorrow’s possibilities.
The spirit realm is the causal realm. A vision aligned with God’s promises is how you bridge what’s possible in heaven with what transpires on earth.
If you want to radically transform your life and future, learn to think like a visionary.
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You can move from being an everyday dreamer to becoming a world-shaping visionary by stepping out of your comfort zone.
Have the courage to imagine what may seem impossible today and then put yourself there in the tomorrows of your future. Remember, your feet will never take you where your mind has never been!
People who live extraordinary lives are people who have extraordinary visions.
Bravely go in your mind where your feet have never been. Boldly imagine yourself as the influencer or entrepreneur or advocate or policymaker or innovator you have the divine potential to become.
Be willing to take the risk of writing what you’ve imagined in vivid detail—and then courageously imagine yourself running with it!
“Write the vision and make it plain…that he may run who reads it.”
You will never know what outcomes are possible until you are willing to take the risk of committing your vision to paper.
Crafting a vision for your future will stretch you. It is part of the capacity-building process that is required if you are to live an empowered, destiny-driven life of meaning, purpose, and legacy-leaving significance.
Crafting a compelling vision is both a vital spiritual discipline and a powerful spiritual force.
When we talk about writing a vision, we’re talking about you tapping into the mind of God and asking Him, “What is the impact you intended me to have in this life?”
God wants to show you the hope He has for the future He created you to shape. All He requires of you is to frame it with the power of your own ability to see it.
God told Abraham:
“Lift your eyes now and look from the place where you are—northward, southward, eastward, and westward; for all the land which you see is yours.”
See Genesis 13:14
You must first learn to see beyond the limitations of the present into the vast realm of potentialities faith makes possible in the future.
Visionaries are imagineers—they use their imagination to figure out what the end of a year is going to look like….and then the end of two years, ten years, twenty years, and thirty years. They have the ability to look beyond the horizon—northward, southward, eastward, and westward—beyond where they are right now.
A vision does not take into consideration present circumstances.
Sir Winston Churchill said, “History shall be kind to me for I plan to write it.” He boldly said he was going to write history, and then he did.
When you start writing a vision for your life, you begin to write history.
It takes courage to have faith—it takes courage to not only believe God is instructing you, but to believe you can accomplish what He’s put in your heart to do.
A visionary has faith in who God wired them to be.
A vision is God’s appeal to you to stir up latent gifts, abilities, talent, and potential that are hidden on the inside of you.
If you cannot see yourself living beyond where you are, you will never enter the future God has prepared for you. You always have a choice to say “yes please!” or “no thank you.”
Seeing yourself in that place on the other side of your current circumstances is a decision—just like faith is a decision. You must choose to see yourself in the future you dream of!
You cannot seize what you cannot see.
Tap into God’s dream for your life!
God is not only the giver of the vision, but He is the enabler of the visionary—and He’s going to enable you and empower you to bring that vision to pass.
I wrote Hello Tomorrow! because I believe vision is vital to living an abundant, empowered life.
Writing a dynamic vision for your life is the first step in becoming an influential world-shaper.
A clear and compelling vision will act as your anchor, rudder, and sail—it will provide you with a compass that will keep you on course.
Learn more by pre-ordering your copy of Hello Tomorrow today!