VISIONS (Part 2) – TODAY’S DEVOTIONAL WITH REV. KEN ESEKHAIGBE

VISIONS (Part 2) – TODAY’S DEVOTIONAL WITH REV. KEN ESEKHAIGBE

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VISIONS (Part 2) - TODAY'S DEVOTIONAL WITH REV. KEN ESEKHAIGBE

YOU ARE READING TODAY’S DEVOTIONAL WITH REV. KEN ESEKHAIGBE
TODAY THURSDAY APRIL 26TH 2017
TOPIC: VISIONS (Part 2)

You need to have a picture for your future, because until you begin to see something, you can’t reach it. God speaking to Abraham said *For all the land which thou seest,*Gen 13; 15. God knew that in order for Abraham to fulfill destiny and become what God had called him to be, he had to use the power of vision. God wasn’t just referring to Abraham seeing with his physical eyes because that is limited, God was referring to the power of vision that helps you see beyond your surrounding and present circumstances.

ALSO READ YESTERDAY’S DEVOTIONAL: VISIONS (Part 1)

God is always attracted to men who are running with vision, and it is the size of what you see that will determine the attraction of God to your life.

It is very difficult to frustrate a man who has seen, because once a man has caught a vision and embraced it, and is running with it, it is almost impossible to stop him. What he has seen would always propel him, the vision he has caught becomes his energy to pursue.

Joseph had a vision that one day he would rule over his brothers and when he told them about it, they got angry with him and wanted to do away with him. They succeeded in selling him off as a slave but this did not deter Joseph because he knew what he has seen. The same Joseph was imprisoned for what he didn’t do but still would not let himself be stopped because the power of vision urged him on. He finally became the ruler he always dreamt he would be and his brothers who thought they had killed his vision by trading him as a slave finally came around to bow to him, and he (Joseph) saved their lives (GENESIS chapter 37 – 45). It’s hard to stop a man who is running with vision.

To be continued…….

FURTHER STUDY: Habakkuk 2:2

CONFESSION: I declare that I am a man with vision; I see beyond my present circumstance, I see as far as the Lord has shown me through the power of vision.

A Publication of Divine Fortune Assembly International.

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