A Vision for Your Life in the New Year
"Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he." Proverbs 29:18
Helen Keller had vision even though she lost her sight at 19 months of age. A reporter asked Miss Keller, "Is there anything worse than being blind?"
"Yes," she said, "It is to have sight and no vision."
Do you have a vision for your life at the threshold of a new year? On New Year's Day, I review the goals for my life. These are spiritual, relational, intellectual, physical, and financial goals. I pray over these and ask for God's will to be done in each one. I hold them in an open hand and ask that God would give me wisdom as to the direction He wants for my life. I don't want to be a person without vision. I don't want you to be one either.
Begin to think about some goals you would like for your life. Pray and seek the Lord's face as you ponder the future.
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