Yesterday I had my annual contacts lens exam, but went to a new doctor who participates in our family insurance’s vision plan. He dilated my eyes after the exam, which, of course, caused my vision to be blurred. The doctor was a kind, older man. He joked that everyone always sees worse coming out of his office than when they first come in.
When I drove home afterward, I had to wear sunglasses because the bright sun hurt my eyes and I wasn’t able to do any reading or any close-up work on the computer because of the blurry vision. It was a little frustrating because I needed to get some things done, but I took the time to just watch some chic flics and relax. 🙂 But it made me once again realize how precious a gift our eyes and our vision are.
Do you have a vision for your life from God? Do you know what your purpose and your calling is? What is distorting or blurring your vision?
What’s hindering you or holding you back from fulfilling God’s vision and purpose for your life?
- too busy
- self-doubts, self-limiting beliefs
- negative words from others/lies of the enemy
- comparing yourself to others
If you don’t have a vision or don’t know what your calling and your purpose are, ask God. Pray, read and study His word, seek the counsel of godly, successful, faith-filled people. God will show you what He wants you to do. He will give you a clear vision for your life.
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