The main reason heavenly visions fail to manifest on Earth is a lack of clarity. The thing about a spiritual mission is that, on the one hand, you believe you understand the vision and are on the right track because of exotic revelations and the prophetic word. In reality, you have no idea what you’re doing. Like Daniel, you should not stop at the realms of dreams, visions and prophecies. You have to do the work required for insights and understanding. According to Habakkuk 2:2 (ESV), “Write the vision; make it plain on tablets, so he may run who reads it.”
There are two key points to take away from Habakkuk 2:2. The first is that it is critical to document a spiritual mission in writing. You must document it. The second lesson is to recognise that clarity brings with it velocity and momentum. If your mission is not clearly written down, implementation and execution will be slow. Make a list of everything that needs to be done. The greatest characters in the Bible, such as Moses, Daniel, and Paul, had more than just revelations, dreams, and prophecies. They operated from a place of understanding.
It is critical to write down your mission and to do so in a clear and understandable manner. Write something that a six-year-old can understand. The truth is that if you can’t define the words and terms you’re using clearly and simply, you don’t really understand what you’re talking about. Writing helps you think because it gives you nowhere to hide. Today is a good day to find a child and explain your mission to him or her. Explain in a way that they will understand. After that, write out your mission. If you are having difficulty explaining your mission, seek the assistance of a more spiritually mature person.