dreams, visions, imagination


Let’s talk about a crucial aspect of purpose – vision. You see, purpose isn’t just a nebulous concept; it’s something that starts in the heart but should eventually take shape in our minds as a clear and powerful vision. It’s the bridge between dreaming and doing, and it holds incredible potential for your life.


“Where there is no vision, the people perish.” – Proverbs 29:18

Reflection 1

Proverbs 29:18 reminds us that without vision, people perish. This verse underscores the importance of having a clear, guiding vision in our lives. But how does this relate to purpose? Just as our purpose is divinely designed within us, our vision is like the roadmap that brings that purpose to life. Take a moment to reflect on your own life. Do you have a vision that aligns with your purpose? In other words, can you envision what is in your heart?

Reflection 2

Vision is not merely about setting goals; it’s about having the ability to see what doesn’t yet exist. As the verse suggests, it’s about surrendering your imagination to the Holy Spirit to envision a future filled with purpose and meaning. Like a child dreaming of becoming a firefighter or an astronaut, you too should allow your imagination to roam freely. What are those dreams you had as a child? What is it that you’ve always wanted to do or become? Start writing them down, even the audacious ones.

Reflection 3

Vision is closely tied to faith. It’s about being convinced of realities you’ve never seen in the natural world. Just like Abraham, who was asked to envision the land God would give him, you must activate your faith to see beyond your current circumstances. Remember, your vision should be audacious, discomforting, and slightly beyond your own understanding. Don’t shy away from asking yourself: “What can I envision for my life that currently seems impossible?”


As we journey through life, it’s vital to remember that purpose alone isn’t enough. We must also cultivate a vision that propels us forward, like a beacon guiding us toward our true calling. Proverbs 29:18 reminds us that without vision, people perish. So, dare to dream, allow the Holy Spirit to write on the tablet of your imagination, and activate your faith. Let your vision be your compass, leading you towards the fulfillment of your unique purpose in this world.


Heavenly Father, I come before you with an open heart and mind, seeking the guidance of your Holy Spirit. Help me, Lord, to birth a powerful imagination for my life, one that aligns perfectly with the purpose you’ve instilled within me. Show me through the eyes of faith, the possibilities that exist beyond my current realities. I declare the courage to dream big and the wisdom to take the necessary actions to bring my visions into reality.
In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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