Your Vision Is For A Future Time

Habakkuk 2:3 in the New Living Translation provides clarity and comfort: “This vision is for a future time. It describes the end, and it will be fulfilled. If it seems slow in coming, wait patiently, for it will surely take place. It will not be delayed.” This verse illuminates two crucial points: First, the vision you carry within you is destined for a future time, signaling that you are merely at the starting point. Second, despite any perceived delay, the fulfillment of your vision is assured. Therefore, there’s no need to fret or become restless; instead, wait patiently for its unfolding.

Just as a child must grow and mature before inheriting their full rights, so too must you develop into the person capable of fulfilling your vision. Galatians 4:1-2 illustrates this journey, comparing the heir to a child who, despite being the owner of everything, remains under guardians and managers until the appointed time set by their father. Similarly, you may possess grand ambitions and aspirations, but growth and preparation are necessary before you can fully step into your destiny. Embrace this season of growth, understanding that it’s preparing you for the responsibilities and opportunities that lie ahead.

In the early stages of pursuing your vision, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed and doubt your abilities. However, with persistence and practice, you’ll improve over time. Consider the example of learning to ride a bike. Initially, you may struggle to balance and keep upright, falling numerous times. The truth is that you are far from as capable or awesome as you believe you are. You cannot fully deliver on your promises because you are still a work in progress. The good news is that you will grow and gain the skills required to succeed. You will eventually reach your desired destination. Don’t worry about it.

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