OPEN HEAVENS DAILY DEVOTION FOR TUESDAY 5TH AUGUST 2014

A VISION PROPELLED LIFE

Great men think because they are great, and great men are great because they think.

An aspect of thinking that differentiates great men and women from mediocre ones is the ability to handle a vision.

Vision can be described as foresight, based on insight with the benefit of hindsight. Vision is the product of effective thinking.

Vision is no doubt one of the most powerful forces available to man on earth today. Vision gives meaning to life. It keeps us alive and conditions our lives.

A man of vision sees what God has for him before its fulfilment.

A lady was once asked: “What would be worse than being blind?” She answered, “To have sight with no vision.”

“Where there is no vision, the people perish…”

Every great person in history is a personal owner of a vision.

Personal ownership of a vision is needed for our walk with the Lord Jesus Christ, for our home and for our family.

To actualise your vision, be resolute, be prepared for a change and be prayerful.

Success has other price tags on it and these price tags read: courage, determination, discipline, risk-taking, perseverance, consistency and doing the right things for the right reasons.

When David had a vision, he conquered Goliath. When David lost his vision, he could not conquer his lust. Is your vision intact? A man or woman of vision achieves good success in his or her endeavours. Are you a man or woman of vision?

(Culled from THE OPEN HEAVENS DAILY DEVOTION OF THE RCCG, Tuesday August 5, 2014 ‘A VISION PROPELLED LIFE’, authored by PASTOR E.A. ADEBOYE)

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