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Why do we cast vision?

If you aim for nothing, you will most definitely hit it.


Why do you have to go to school? Why do we learn about certian things in school and not others? Why do you go to work and have to make money? Why do you live in the part of the city you live in?

Whether you want to admit it or not, you are already living in the vision of someone else. If you have no vision, others will make you a part of theirs. For better or worse. Your vision can be the light that someone needs. Jesus said we, as believers, are to be salt and light to the world. How can a light guide if it's hidden under a lamp shade? Your vision ain't just for you.


Where there is no vision, the people cast off restraint;

but happy is he who keeps the Law. Proverbs 29.18

When we lack vision, we get caught up in the mess of right now. We can't see past our current circumstances. When we have no aim in life, we just kinda hang out. Having vision is a matter of life and death. Do you want to just wait around until you die? While you're seeking personal vision, join with someone whose vision you believe in. Seek them out. You will find yourself more fulfilled instead of the constant chasing of contentment in things that will never give it.


Desire without knowledge is not good-

how much more will hasty feet miss the way! Proverbs 19.2

It is good to have an aim. We must equip ourselves with knowledge along the way. We should not be just waiting for our vision to happen, but making it happen by gathering knowledge to use. Your level of knowledge should match your desire. Go learn and gain understanding. Be patient and let patience have its "perfect work, so you may be complete, lacking nothing." as it says in James 1.4. Each trial along the way is for your good. It will happen in due time.


Seek God for your vision. Your Creator, the lover of your soul knows what you need. Ask God for wisdom. God gives it freely to those who ask and do not doubt. (James 1.5-8) If you have doubts, ask God to help you believe.

I'll leave you with this encouragement in Psalms 18.2 "The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold."


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