Sherry A. Phillips

Suspense Author

A Man Without A Vision Shall Perish


“A Man Without A Vision Shall Perish.” – Proverbs

Do you have a vision for your life? According to this passage, having a vision for your life is important. So important that without one, you will perish.

This Bible verse applies in every aspect of your life: personal, spiritual, physical, financial and in your business.

1. Personal – What kind of home life do you envision for yourself? Are you married? If so, what kind of person are you married to? Will you have children? How many? What kind of parent would you be? Will you be strict or will you be the sort of parent who just sort of wings it and hopes for the best? Do you want to make life better for your children than how you had it?

2. Spiritual – What kind of spiritual life do you have? Are you spending time in prayer and meditation every day? How much time do you spend with God? It is very true that how you spend your time is in direct correlation with how important it is to you. Is God and your soul a priority in your life?

3. Physical – Are you physically fit? Do you fuel your body with good food or is it being fueled with junk? When you think of how you want your body to look and feel are you doing what needs to be done to get there? Get rid of the processed food and eat real. Get at least 30 minutes of activity in every day. Renew your body to be the healthy, strong vessel God intended.

4. Financial – Are your finances where you want them to be? Do you have more than enough money to live comfortably? Do you have enough money to do the things you want to do? If not, what are you prepared to do to fix it? Do you have a plan on how to get you where you need to be?

5. Business – Is your career what you want to do for the rest of your life? If not, what career do you want? What education or steps do you need to do to make that happen? What direction are you headed?

Your vision is reflected and becomes apparent through every decisions you make. Having a vision is far more significant than simply dreaming or wishing. A vision is concrete and real. It is solid. You can see it. You can feel it. You will do whatever it takes to get there.

If, on the other hand, you are dreaming of a better life, a better future, a better body and having more money, but you spend your time in front of the television or computer playing games and watching shows: You are just wishing, not visualizing.

Watching an infomercial on getting a fit, slender body is not the same as cutting out sugar and processed food, eating a nourishing diet and exercising at least 30 minutes a day.

Consider your vision for the future for both you and your family. Make it concrete. Take action steps.

Then make it a reality.

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