New King James Version (NKJV)Then the LORD answered me and said: “ Write the vision And make it plain on tablets, That he may run who reads it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time; But at the end it will speak, and it will not lie. Though it tarries, wait for it; Because it will surely come, It will not tarry.
As you begin to write your vision, do not just be content with writing your vision; it is time to walk in the vision. It is walk it out time. This time around, it is going to be important to be proactive instead of reactive. This is the time to see the vision come to pass. That which you have visiualize in the days gone by in the pass is going to be materialize in this season. You may not be healed, strong and prosperous in the natural yet, but it is so in the spirit. Begin to envision yourself healed, prosperous, having good success, having your own business, releasing your book, launching your ministry. Ministry does not necessarily mean preaching ministry, your ministry can opening a women shelter, opening a daycare, serving the homeless, whatever your ministry is begin to envision yourself doing it. Once you envision, position yourself and begin to call those things that be not as though they were. That means having your faith speak. In Romans 4:17 New King James Version (NKJV) it says (as it is written, “I have made you a father of many nations”[a]) in the presence of Him whom he believed—God, who gives life to the dead and calls those things which do not exist as though they did;
There is approaching you sudden transitions and these transitions can only be made when you are sensitive to God’s voice in prayer. Maintaining sensitivity to God’s voice is going to help you hit the mark as you walk out the vision.
Put yourself in the birthing position by:
Writing the Vision
Envisioning the vision
Believing the Vision
Positioning Yourself in Prayer
Live and Walk it Out
Point to Ponder: Prayer will be the thing that sustains you as you get in the birthing position to prepare for delivery. You have to know when to push and when to relax.