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

God has placed in the heart of every believer a dream for what He intends their life to look like. Regardless of where you are in your journey, your best days are still ahead! But you must envision the future for yourself.

The capacity to envision a better future is within each of us. Whether it’s sickness, financial challenges, or hopelessness, we can envision a day when things will be better. However, those of us who have a relationship with God have an even greater capacity to hope, because with God nothing is impossible.

While only God knows our future, we can prayerfully envision His plan unfolding in every area of our lives. The more we yield to His divine guidance, we can receive a greater vision of things to come.

Today, I want to challenge you to stretch your imagination and embrace the new possibilities and opportunities that God wants to bring your way. As you cooperate with Him, you’ll see every vision become a reality. 

“So let’s not get tired of doing what is good. At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up.” – Galatians 6:9 (NLT)

It’s crucial to dream big dreams and expect great things from God. But we must always remember that God has an appointed time for every purpose under heaven (Ecclesiastes 3:1).

So many people prematurely give up on the promises of God because they expect God to move according to their due date instead of waiting for their due season. However, God doesn’t come in on our deadlines and due dates; He has HIS appointed times and seasons.

Don’t give up because you don’t think things are happening quick enough. When you think nothing is going on, that’s the very time God is preparing you for what He has already scheduled at the appointed time.

“But let patience have her perfect work, that you may be perfect and entire, lacking in nothing.” – James 1:4

Have you ever felt like you were waiting on God to move in a situation, but things were taking too long to happen? You may have felt anxious, frustrated, and even doubtful during the process and wanted to abandon hope. It sounds like you are in need of patience.

The Bible says that through faith and patience we inherit the promise (Hebrews 6:12). Faith is confident assurance that God will do what He said He would do. Patience is not only the ability to wait for the promise, but it’s having the right attitude while we wait. Don’t let impatience rob you from receiving what God has for you.

Regardless of how you feel, keep a positive attitude and believe that everything will come together at the right time. Stay committed to your spiritual development. Let patience have its perfect work in you, and see the completion of God’s work in your life.