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Heart to Heart

We experience joy and power when we pray in alignment with God’s promises. In this week’s video, we talk about how paying attention to what God is saying to us prepares us to experience His Shalom peace. We can move forward courageously, holding onto His anchor of hope and knowing that we’re in good hands!

“But the one who always listens to me will live undisturbed in a heavenly peace. Free from fear, confident and courageous, you will rest unafraid and sheltered from the storms of life.” -Proverbs 1:33 (TPT) 

Vision to Reality

God has called you to a unique purpose in Christ.  The Lord created and equipped you for that purpose.  You can step out bravely and begin walking in that purpose today.  Formulating a clearly written vision is the next step in fulfilling your purpose.  ‘Then the Lord answered me and said, “Write the vision And engrave it plainly on [clay] tablets So that the one who reads it will run. For the vision is yet for the appointed [future] time It hurries toward the goal [of fulfillment]; it will not fail. Even though it delays, wait [patiently] for it, Because it will certainly come; it will not delay. ‘ Habakkuk 2:2-3 AMP.

Vision flows out of your purpose.  Vision produces the steps to fulfill your purpose in different areas of your life (home, family, work, marriage, etc.).  Your vision will not look like anyone else’s.  God has created and gifted you uniquely for your vision and purpose.  When God gives you a big vision for your life it is not because of your abilities but because of His abilities and all He has given you.  ‘You have not chosen Me, but I have chosen you and I have appointed and placed and purposefully planted you, so that you would go and bear fruit and keep on bearing, and that your fruit will remain and be lasting, so that whatever you ask of the Father in My name [as My representative] He may give to you. ‘ John 15:16 AMP.  Ask God for a vision to accomplish the next thing He has for you and take a brave step into your destiny.

 Bravely stepping out,

 Karen Conrad