I am a 33 year old mom, wife, and a career woman with a vision. That’s right, a vision. To have a vision is to have a glimpse of something that God has specifically ordained for your life that He’s predestined for you and only you. The unique thing about your vision is that YOU are the only one who can see it and understand it. Your vision breeds passion, excitement, and anticipation just like a mother who’s about to give birth to an unborn child. Though she couldn’t physically see her child for a period of time, she loved and nourished it day by day. So it is with a vision. It is a process, an appointed time.
I have struggled with the disappointment of others being jealous, non-supportive, and ignorant of my vision. I had to learn that it’s not about other people and what they think, but it’s all about God and His timing for the vision to come to pass. After all, it wasn’t meant for others to see and understand. That’s why God gave the vision to me and not them. Hold onto YOUR vision, your dream, your passion. Don’t let anyone take it away from you. Keep trusting God and speak whatever positive thing or things that you desire for your life into the now. Ask God for what your heart desires most. Called the uncreated into creation. Make it to be so!
Understand that things sometimes don’t happen over night and then sometimes God performs a miracle and they do. Guard your heart from bitterness and resentment. I went there and did that and it was not pleasant. If you are there, repent (turn away from those negative attitudes and behaviors) and ask God to forgive and deliver you. Stop depending on people. God has told us that if He be for us, who can be against us? You will find that in holding on to your vision, it will get lonely sometimes. Until it manifests itself, you can expect others to see or believe it. It’s like when a woman is pregnant. No one else in the room can have that baby but her at that moment. Your vision has to be birthed by you and only you.
I don’t know those of you who may read this, but I thank God for the opportunity to witness to you and share my testimony. I know what it’s like to be waiting on God to move yet it seems as though He’s not. I know what it’s like to see your friends, family, coworkers, church members and others being blessed with houses, cars, their own business, you name it and you’re still trying to hold on to YOUR vision. The key to it all is to Let Go, and Let God. Get your mind on Jesus and tale your mind off everyone and everything else. What God has for you DIVA is for you!
May God Bless all of you reading this message. I pray that this message will travel all over this land and country. I pray that every woman reading this will be inspired and encouraged. I pray that your faith will be built and your joy be restored to the fullest. Whatever you do my sister, Hold On To Your Vision!
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