Habakkuk 2:2 And the Lord answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.
What is your vision? What are your dreams? Most people to whom I ask that question do not know and do not have any clear-cut dreams.
God says, “write the vision, and make it plain.”
It is the new year 2018. It is a fact that 93% of our new year goals go unfulfilled. And, 30% of our goals are broken the first week of the new year.
How then can we one of the 7% who achieve their goals and live our dream?
A goal without a plan is just a wish, so, why not make a plan and make a vision board. I use a cork board from Walmart that allows me to pin up my dreams and plans in pictures for the year. I sit down every December and plan my goals for the year. It is a good idea to go from the end of next year to the first of January, which paints a finished picture of your accomplished goals before your eyes.
Keep your vision board where you can see it every day. Last year my goals were to complete a year at college with a grade point average of a 4.0. It was a very clear picture I painted on my vision board with clippings of things that represented victory. I put victorious scriptures on the board that I would speak out every day.
Someone once said, “If you can dream it, you can do it” and I saw myself doing it. My dream came true just as I wrote it out and pictured it.
Last week I received my 4.0.
I am in my 70’s and I am so thankful God gave me the strength and desire to see this dream come true. “Write the vision and make it plain.
What is your dream?
Write it down, make it plain, use a vision board with pictures showing your dream coming true and have high expectations as it will surely come to pass.