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What is Your Vision?

What is your vision for your life?

Some people know and some people don't. You know where I think you can start? I think you can start by figuring out what it is you always saw yourself doing since you were a kid. Or what makes you angry. Concerning the latter, for me it's when people are mean to kids. That really bothers me, because I love kids. That's one of the reasons I was always drawn to education. I also have a soft spot for broken people who need inspiration and encouragement. Other things bother me too, but those are some of the things that come to mind which give me passion while going out of my way to help. Another way of deciding your vision is by whatever brought you pain. You can help people so they don't have to go through what you went through. 

My blog, ebooks, and speaking are just the tip of the iceberg in fulfilling God's vision for my life. As the blog description above states, "a Godly blog to encourage, educate, and inform." It's great to be able to make an impact for people through the gifts God has given us. Of course our vision starts with God and we must ensure our vision lines up with all He wants us to do the way He wants us to do it. That's very important and by seeking God (Matthew 6:33), He will assuredly give us peace about it. 

God never runs out of things that make the world better. So if anyone says they have no idea what they are to do in their life, God is a great start. He will continuously direct our paths. He is the absolute God of absolutely everything and that means anything is possible. Even your vision
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