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Do You See It?

Visualization, perception, purpose.

What God has for you, is for your exclusively.
God wants us to see what He has for our lives. 

Do you see it? If not, seek the Lord and ask Him what it is He has for your life. He will answer. 

I spoke to a few young men yesterday. I told them what I saw in them. I told one I saw him as very intelligent and that he had to study more to have higher grades. I told him he would grow by leaps and bounds if he did those things and people would know he was intelligent before he even opened his mouth. I told another young man he could be a model in New York. He was slim, tall, with immaculate facial features and his complexion was beautiful. I asked another if he was an athlete and when he said yes I told him to study the mentality and physical workouts of super athletics then practice what they do. Then he would play like a beast and get noticed.

I told them all they could do it and be it, because God had more for them. I saw all of this in all of them as clear as day. 

But the only thing was, they didn't see it...yet.

Sometimes all we can do is open our mouths to tell people what the Lord wants us to say then sit back and watch Him work. That's it. We do our part and we move on. Those boys will see what I saw in due time. I do believe that.

I believe it, because I know God and I know He has great things for our future. It doesn't matter what our past and our present looks like.

So, I'll ask you again, do you see it? If not, you will as you begin to communicate with God more and more.

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Jeremiah 29:11


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