Blurred Vision

I don’t post like I used to. But I was thinking about vision recently and wanted to share my thoughts.

A spiritual vision, given to a person by God is a very private and interesting thing. It’s very personal. God does speak to people and show and reveal his plans for the future to them. He did it during the Bible days and He still does it to this day. What I have learned about vision is that God will show you His intention. What he wants to see happen. His Will for our lives. But we have free will and can choose to go in another direction. When we do, we suffer the consequences of our choice.

Vision can become blurred. God may speak to our hearts and the situation may go the opposite of what we were shown, or the cares of life may choke out our ability to see, or we may lose desire for what God has spoken. Anything can happen and trust me anything will happen.

The greater the vision, the greater the opposition. Then the enemy and the flesh will get us to try to bury or ignore God’s will. I had a dream recently that someone I know was trying their best to forget or ignore what God told them. But I love the way God has a way of reminding us of what HE has spoken. If it’s God’s plan, it will come to pass, provided we cooperate.

Vision is given to keep us on track. It comes to keep us from moving in the wrong direction. And if our vision is blurred, God will send the prophetic, so that we can see clearly again. Trust me, God will get us on track.

It’s okay if your vision get’s blurred. It happens. But get back on track quickly so you don’t go too far down the wrong road and pay for it later.

Habakkuk 2:2 New International Version (NIV)

The Lord’s Answer

Then the Lord replied: “Write down the revelation and make it plain on tablets so that a herald[a] may run with it.

Don’t Lose in the End

I haven’t posted in a while, but felt I wanted to today. Life changes and sometimes our priorities shift. At one time writing on this blog was a priority. Not so much now. But every once in a while, I do feel led to come back.

Recently, I was playing this game on my phone called Farmville Country Escape. I play it on my down time when I am sitting in the car waiting, or when I take my client to the doctor and have a long wait. A lot of people play Farmville and this is a phone version, but a little different.

Well recently I was playing it and I had gotten my tasks completed rather quickly with the exception of one task. Everything was prepared and suddenly just when I almost got the reward, I ran out of time. I did not complete the task in a timely fashion. This happened twice. Now it was just a game, but I was bummed out because I worked hard to complete the task, but in the end, I missed out on the reward of all my hard work.

If you have read my blog, you know that I can get a message out of almost anything. But this hit me in the pit of my stomach because I felt it was a message for me and it may be for someone else. It’s kind of self-explanatory. Basically, God does not want us to put in the necessary work and then miss out on the reward in the end. Whether that is physical work, spiritual work, prayer or fasting. Don’t get to the end and miss out!