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        Another word that comes to mind with vision  is division.  ‘The double minded man receives nothing.’  (James 1:8) One can be divided in one’s own mind  or not be in agreement with others.  Both are counterproductive.  Clarity in vision needs corresponding intention.  Unsure is like an amber light.  Don’t risk running ahead of God  unless you get the green light.  Your Highway Code is the Bible.  It shows the highway to holiness.  Is. 35:8

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Provision for Vision

        God’s vision comes with  provision.  ‘For my thoughts are not your thoughts,  neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth,  so are my ways higher than your ways,  and my thoughts than your thoughts.’  Is. 55:8-9 KJV Are you thinking big enough? Are you limiting your potential to your perceived ability?  As born again believers we do not need to be limited by natural restrictions  but can tap into the gifts of the spirit to fulfil our destiny.  Not in self confidence but with confidence in God.  This comes by drawing close to God in the … Continue reading

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Vision: Definition the faculty or state of being able to see. 20/20 vision  is considered normal  clarity or sharpness of vision. Another definition of vision is  the ability to think about or plan the future with imagination or wisdom. Now this comes closer to spiritual vision  and creative perception.  It takes us beyond the limited ‘seeing is believing’  to Hebrews11:1  ‘Now faith is being sure of what you hope for  and CERTAIN of what you cannot see.’ May your hopes  dreams and imaginings  line up with His plan and purpose for you  in this coming year. 

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Love Came Down

Love came down at Christmas. Luke 2:11  

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Pattern of Prayer

Jesus always sought the Father before He made any decision. He only did what the Father told Him and we know for this He took Himself aside to pray. What a lesson. If Jesus did this How much more do we need to? God’s strategies can sometimes be surprising. He thinks outside the box! We can’t second guess Him. We need to seek His face, Hear His counsel. This makes life an adventure to enjoy rather than a durge to endure. Knowing we are in His perfect will gives us joy and confidence. It enables us to stand when all around us is crumbling. Luke 6:46-49

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The Eye of the Storm

One of the conditions for well being is peace.  This can sometimes be the hardest thing to achieve  when confronted by circumstances that can be overwhelming. Our attention is drawn to the problem, whatever its nature. The mind becomes a stage for repeat performances of worst case scenarios. Not so the spirit. Here one can find rest. Peace in the eye the storm. Here the promises of God can be applied Like balm to open wounds. An antidote of hope for the hopeless situation.  Math. 11:28-30

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Exposed Roots

Have you ever had an exposed tooth root. Believe me it is painful! Pain is a message. It warns something is wrong. Something needs attention. It gets our attention! How do we deal with it spiritually? We apply the medicine of The Word. ‘He borne our sin and sickness, our grief and sorrow.’ I think that pretty much covers everything. Our part? Just take the medicine and believe it will work! Our medical encyclopaedia is The Bible! Ps. 107:20

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Root Cause

                We spoke of dealing with symptoms last week.  Physically these can be tackled medically. This is the domain of the practitioners. As born again believers we have extra arsenal. We can deal with issues spiritually. We can go beyond the symptoms  and ask God to reveal the root cause. It could be spiritual rather than physical. This is where we have authority  to take the axe to the root.  We use the sword of the spirit:   the Word of God. 2 Cor. 10:4

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Stand Firm

The last one standing speaks of the victor in battle. What are you battling? What are you standing for? Are you in a faith battle for healing for yourself and/or others? Your prayer life will be targeting symptoms. Don’t be overwhelmed by the enormity of the problems. Try tackling one symptom at time  and believe for a domino effect! Heb. 11:1

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