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Taking Hold of Your Future – Vision

Memory Verse

And the Lord answered me, and said, write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie, though it tarries, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry.

  • Appreciate the place and power of vision in taking hold of our future.
  • Appreciation that those who will succeed start from a place of vision.
  • Your vision should be linked to your purpose.
  • Understand how to align our vision with the will of God.
  • Knowing how to bring our vision to reality.
  • Appreciate that discipline and boldness are required in the pursuit of vision.
  • Knowing how to trust God with our vision.


  • What is vision and has everyone got a vision?
  • What is the role of my knowledge of my identify in actualization of my vision?
  • Can I have a vision for my studies, career, family, health, and business?
  • Can vision change over time?
  • What is the role of accountability in the fulfillment of vision?
  • What is the role of mindset in actualization of vision?
  • Is vision different from ambition?
  • How do I run with my vision?
  • What is the role of the Holy Spirit in pursuing my vision?
  • Vision is the planning of the desired future by imagination and deliberate actions to accompany your desires (Col 3:1-3, Luke 14:28, Hab 2:3)
  • We are all unique and are made to be an answer to a particular issue; our vision starts with going to our maker for and understanding purpose of our existence and acting on his instructions (Jer 1:5)
  • Vision keeps a person focused, express values and goals in a positive and actionable (Pro 29:18)
  • Jesus Christ had a vision and recruited vision enhancers (disciples), we need to identify resources to make our vision blossom (Matthew 4:19, 21)
  • Boldness is a key requirement in achieving your vision (Joshua 1:9)
  • Vision is required in our Christian journey otherwise; we will lose focus (Pro 29:18)
  • We must totally rely on the Holy Spirit for the clarity of our vision (Act 9:3-6)
  • Your vision should influence your activities rather than activities influencing your vision.
  • Vision helps you with planning.
  • Vision is a deliberate glance into the purpose of creation. It is the roadmap of your future, you need a is a function of your heart, your vision is more important than what you can see or what you are going through.
  • Having a vision is a confidence booster.
  • As a believer, God expects you to see beyond your present state (Jer 29:11)
  • If there is no clear vision, abuse and destruction become inevitable (Prov 29:18)
  • You must believe in your vision and talk about it like Joseph (Gen 37:7-10)
  • Allow the Holy Spirit to always direct you while running with your vision (Rom 8:14, Ex 23:20)