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The Power of a Vision
by Mike E. Newberry




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Power can be either constructive or destructive. Many have habits, lifestyles, and toxic relationships that have and do prove themselves destructive. People also have many habits, lifestyles, and healthy relationships that have and do prove themselves constructive. Ideally, what we want is to remove all the destructive powers in our lives and incorporate the constructive powers.

The Power of a Vision is about a necessary constructive power that we all need. 2 Peter 1:9, referring to people who are not doing the hard work it takes to grow in the Lord, says this creates a sight problem. But the sight problem is specific; it's not a problem with seeing things that are before you, but it says that these people are "blind and cannot see far off." We'll have much to say about this passage in 2 Peter 1 within these pages, but for now, consider the specific sight issue created. Furthermore, consider the problems this sight issue will create.

We serve a god of revelation. God desires to remove the veil and reveal. If something is hidden, its existence can be questioned; but if it's revealed, one cannot deny its existence. What a constructive power to see what God has planned, to be fully persuaded by what you see. What you see influences your daily decisions. What you see influences the directions your lives go. It is the nature of any journey that if you travel the right direction, with enough miles, you will arrive at your desired destination. How many are miles and miles away from God's perfect plan, all because they have no vision?

Hellen Keller, when asked about her blindness, said, "Worse than not having sight is to have sight but no vision."

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Overview

Power can be either constructive or destructive. Many have habits, lifestyles, and toxic relationships that have and do prove themselves destructive. People also have many habits, lifestyles, and healthy relationships that have and do prove themselves constructive. Ideally, what we want is to remove all the destructive powers in our lives and incorporate the constructive powers.

The Power of a Vision is about a necessary constructive power that we all need. 2 Peter 1:9, referring to people who are not doing the hard work it takes to grow in the Lord, says this creates a sight problem. But the sight problem is specific; it's not a problem with seeing things that are before you, but it says that these people are "blind and cannot see far off." We'll have much to say about this passage in 2 Peter 1 within these pages, but for now, consider the specific sight issue created. Furthermore, consider the problems this sight issue will create.

We serve a god of revelation. God desires to remove the veil and reveal. If something is hidden, its existence can be questioned; but if it's revealed, one cannot deny its existence. What a constructive power to see what God has planned, to be fully persuaded by what you see. What you see influences your daily decisions. What you see influences the directions your lives go. It is the nature of any journey that if you travel the right direction, with enough miles, you will arrive at your desired destination. How many are miles and miles away from God's perfect plan, all because they have no vision?

Hellen Keller, when asked about her blindness, said, "Worse than not having sight is to have sight but no vision."


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781644586532
  • ISBN-10: 1644586533
  • Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc
  • Publish Date: December 2018
  • Page Count: 220
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.72 pounds


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