"Keep the vision before your eyes." That's what I heard in my spirit one afternoon while driving. "So how do I do that Lord?" I asked. I knew that Habakkuk 2:2 says: "…Write the vision and engrave it so plainly upon tablets that everyone who passes may [be able to] read [it easily and quickly] as he hastens by." (The Amplified Bible) I had written down "The Vision" so many times in the past, only to read it for a few months and then not refer to it again. I have an awesome imagination and usually spend time twice a day (upon awakening and before going to sleep at night) envisioning myself walking in the promises of God; yet a stressful day or a sick child limits my imagination times. I woke up one morning with the thought: "vision board".
While this is not a new concept, it is new to me. I had heard about dream boards in the past; yet never considered making one. My CFF (Covenant Friend for Life) was visiting, and I suggested we both create our vision boards. The difference between a dream board and a vision board is that a dream board depicts your plans and desires; while a vision board depicts the plans and desires God has for you. Creating the board was a blast! Over the next few blog posts, I'll walk you through our process so that you are able to create your own vision board.