Happy new year, it’s your year of elevation and restoration. In the midst of economic depression, you would experience divine acceleration and mind blowing prosperity.
It’s our first Monday faithpills in the new year, and sincerely I am tossed between different subjects to write about. However, a good way to start the year would be to understand the power of a vision.
Making new year resolutions often marks the beginning of the year for most people, and the desire to stop or start doing one thing or the other seems to become a top priority. However, these desires only last a few days to weeks before they are lost in the busyness of everyday living.
“And the LORD answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth. For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry.”
Habakkuk 2:2-3 KJV
God recommends a vision instead, one that is written, visible(with pictures), time-bound and stimulating. This way, success can be guaranteed as we start out with a clear picture of the end in mind, running with perseverance even when faced with obstacles along the way.
The fact that your vision for 2015 didn’t materialise isn’t enough reason to run this year without one. Often times, the reason why this happens is because we easily lose focus on them and that’s why God recommends that we make the vision plain visible. Convert your written vision into pictures and daily visualise what it would look and feel like when it comes to past. This is very important because, as Bankole Williams often says “We become what we behold”.
A vision board is an excellent and empowering tool that can help us fix our focus on the vision throughout the year.
This year, go beyond new year resolutions…start with a vision, and run with it. Remember, nothing is impossible to the believer, therefore dream big and make no small plans.
This would be your best year ever, may you be in health and prosper even as your soul prospers.
Stay positive and live fully.
Anuoluwapo Israel Ademuyiwa