The Clarity of Vision

vi·sion noun \ˈvi-zhən\

Definition of VISION

  1. A thought, concept, or object formed by the imagination or a manifestation to the senses of something immaterial.
  2. An unusual discernment or foresight (a person of vision).
  3. The act or power of seeing: sight.
  4. Something seen or a lovely or charming sight.

Be of one mind, united in thought and purpose (vision).” 1 Corinthians 1:10

Vision… a lovely or charming sight.

A vision seeks to keep us as a people united in our thoughts and purpose regardless of the organization, church, business, family, or friendship. Why even have a vision?

  • ONE: Vision Increases Morale and Reduces Frustration

Where there is no vision, the people are unrestrained, But happy is he who keeps the law.” Proverbs 29:18

 Without vision people go crazy. However, with vision people are able to function properly because they know what to do, have higher morale and enjoy organization better when they know what is going on

  • TWO: Vision Attracts Cooperation

Take courage, for it is your duty to tell us how to proceed in setting things straight, and we will cooperate fully.” Ezra 10:4

When the world knows what we are doing, people will want to join in.

Vision is the ability to do few things with excellence.

Our church has a vision, “To make Christ known near and far”. We are seeing frustrations decrease and cooperation come in massive numbers. People are living to “make Christ known near an far” because they are going in one direction. Our vision gives us the ability to say no so that we don’t do a dozen things well but we do a few things with excellence. We unite ourselves under our vision and our people can easily communicate to others who also want to come aboard. We are concentrated and focused, not distracted. That’s because of vision.

I am focusing all my energies on this one thing: Forgetting the past and looking forward to what lies ahead.” Philippians 3:13

 “Let us examine our ways and test them, and let us return to the Lord.” Lamentations 3:40

We must constantly evaluate the purpose of our all of our organizations, churches, business, families, friendships, etc. and trust the leadership casting that vision. If you’re not following a vision, you’re following a rabbit trail. Get vision whatever the cost. Seek out leaders that have clearly defined and measurable purpose (vision). The sooner you get vision, the sooner you get clarity. The sooner you get clarity, the sooner the frustration decreases. The sooner frustration decreases, the sooner cooperation comes.



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