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Then the LORD answered me and said: “Write the vision and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it..." (Habakkuk 2:2-3)

Today, we are going to examine the word “vision” and how it relates to the practical and biblical principles for “Spiritual” growth. In essence, “vision” represents a person “Statement of Faith” of insight from a revelation of a dream or spiritual confirmation. The “vision” is defined as to bring to light; The quality of being clear with external objectives; To paint a visible picture of the invisible; A vision from God in Heaven; A visual modality or sight; The ability to see. In the business world, it is called “vision” a key leadership ability to inspire, empower, and grow people for the organizational sustainable growth globally. It is the ability to lead by example in truthfulness, strategic plan, and build a culture of trust in meeting the organizational goals. The “vision” is a direct connection between “leadership” to build a progressive climate of “hope and comfort” for a greater future. There is “bad vision” and “true vision.” Both are known by the fruit it bears over time.

In the context of the scripture, the Prophet Habakkuk left on record for all people and leadership the importance of “true vision” in society to restore and build effective human sustainability for growth. For instance, personally, I call this “The-Watchman-Act.” It is the ability to take responsibility what has been given to you as the overseer, watch for signs of danger and positive progression, fortify and defend from assault; and Seek to hear God-given wisdom. Thought to ponder: Your “vision” has a predestined season of unveiling in fulness; How you cultivate the “vision” will produce good or bad fruit; The “vision” releases either a “spirit” of life or death. At this level, know who you are entrusting the “vision” to, to accomplish the goals, it might be aborted before time. Not all partnerships and counsel are for the greater.

What lessons can be learned about “vision” and “leadership?” There are six (6) important lessons. Discovering the “Truth” in “What” and “How.”

 Lessons Learned About Vision and Leadership:

  1. What will the “vision” look like in the future? What team will I form to entrust the vision? How will I plan for the success of the vision?  (Visionary Leadership)
  2. What is the mission to reach the goals and objectives for the vision? How will I plan over the short and long term? How is the strategy competitive globally? (Strategy Formulation)
  3. What presentation will I use to unfold the vision? What social skills will I need to cultivate myself to inspire and empower people about the vision? How will I build relationships and partnerships? (Empowerment and Team Development)  
  4. What framework will be implemented for successful outcomes? How will I measure the success of positive growth? How will I measure negative growth? (Implementation and Planning)
  5. What decision-making will be implemented for the greater well-being? How will I know “if” the right decisions are being made? Know Godly wisdom is always the first choice of counsel (Humility Trait)
  6. Truth is always revealed in a “true vision” vs. “bad vision” through just or unjust progression and acts over time. Revealing the vision sustainability in society. What fruit is the vision bearing? What impact does the vision have? How will I watch, guard, or revamp the vision for success? (Organizational Leadership)

In closing, know a “vision” is a “Statement of Faith;” Know in building the “vision” you will need to plan wisely; Know building sustainable relationships will take a virtue of  truthfulness; Know the “vision” has a predestined season of unveiling in fulness; Know the “vision” will speak the truth in the end; Select your inner circle wisely and build the team; Know Godly wisdom in planning will always produce growth and life; Know who you are entrusting the “vision” to;  Know “if” the “vision” needs revamping; revamp, but only within morality and human sustainability. Remember, an environment of life is a progressive climate and culture of growth. Change your environment if needed. Change your view if needed. Speak life, grow, and lead! “You Have Value!” “You Have Worth!” “How Will You Lead?

Be Blessed and stay connected to Jesus,

Lady Cynthia R. Kelly
God’s Humble Servant
Evangelist - International Author

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