Leadership Series: Visionary

As a child, I always imagined having wealth. Whenever someone gave me money, I would think to myself, "What If I didn’t spend any of my money and save it until I was an adult, then I would be rich." As I got older I still had a desire to be rich, but I realized it would take more than saving money to reach my goal. 

As time went on I developed new interests. Every time I attempted to pursue my vision, I encountered many obstacles that caused my vision to be blocked or detour some kind-of-way. After a while, discouragement set-in and I started feeling defeated. So, I prayed, sought God and took introspection of myself.

I realize I was the problem. I was looking at it through my natural eyes. I had to change my focus, so I could see the path God is taking me on. That path requires discipline. I need to be attentive to what God is saying, have patience and most of all be obedient.  Possibly you are struggling in the same area..

Maybe you have a vision that has not yet come to pass. Perhaps you have seen some of your visions come to pass, but you are still waiting for your other visions to manifest. Meanwhile, do you find it daunting while waiting for the vision to come to pass?

What are you doing while you are waiting? What are the necessary steps you have taken to see your vision come to pass? It is one thing to say you want this vision, but to pursue the vision is the ultimate direction of God.

In order to see your vision come to pass, there has to be preparation. Spiritual guidance is an absolute must. What are your goals? Set dates for deadlines; write down your vision.

In order for you to know where you are going you have to see it first. No good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly, bless is the man that trusteth in thee (Psalm 84:11-12).