I seize the bold vision to manifest the life of my dreams.
To visualize the life I desire, I may create a vision board to capture my intentions in words and pictures. Or I might write in a journal about my aspirations, outlining in detail all that is possible.
Doubts may creep in, causing me to question the validity of my ambitions. If so, I look beyond any perceived limitations. If I am concerned about my age, resources or timing, I courageously affirm: My dreams are God-inspired. I seize the bold vision to manifest the life of my dreams.
I am bolstered by this affirmation as I align with the vibration of a higher vision. I open to unseen possibilities and joyously witness the unfoldment of my dreams.
Write the vision; make it plain on tablets, … For there is still a vision for the appointed time.
—Habakkuk 2:2, 3
All that has been is the ground of the good arising.
Our lives are as full of change as the seasons. The memories in my heart hold joy and sorrow; success and disappointment. Yet all that has been has fallen away. My past is the fertile ground from which new good arises. Life has taught me to love, to forgive and to place my faith in God. My past does not limit my good but becomes the soil from which new experiences grow.
I may not have chosen every experience that teaches me, but I choose to learn from all of them. I cannot change my past, but I can accept it with new understanding.
I am grateful for all that has come and gone, and I give thanks for new love, new health and new prosperity unfolding.
When the grass is gone, and new growth appears, … there will be enough.—Proverbs 27:25, 27
12. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.
[prin-suh-pal-i-tee] Show IPA
noun, plural prin·ci·pal·i·ties.
a state ruled by a prince, usually a relatively small state or a state that falls within a larger state such as an empire.
the position or authority of a prince or chief ruler; sovereignty; supreme power.
the rule of a prince of a small or subordinate state.
the Principality, British . Wales.
principalities, Theology .
an order of angels. Compare angel ( def. 1 ) .
supramundane powers often in conflict with God. Ephes. 6:12.