And the Lord answered me, and said, write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.
God has the masterplan or blueprint for our lives. For each of our lives, just like Abraham, Isaac, Sarah, Rebekah, Ruth, Joseph, David, Samuel, Joshua, Paul, Peter etc., He writes a story with a beautiful caption with the lives of men. In our contemporary times, God wrote the stories of men like Aimee Macpherson Semple, Kathryn Kulhman, Smith Wigglesworth, John Wesley, Charles Finney, Dwight Moody etc., for generations to benefit from. He charts the course of our lives, as the ruler over the affairs of men and He orders our steps in accordance to His Will (His Divine blueprint).
He wires men and women for specific tasks and assignments (purpose); and delivers to such men and women, everything that they require to achieve those assignments. From the beginning that God created Adam, God gave him a purpose (to tend and keep the garden); and after a while; God said it is not good for man to be alone. Then, He made one that was like him. God gave to Adam, everything He needed to succeed at keeping and tending the garden.
Every man must understand today that as long as you follow the ordering of God, guided by the blueprint, which is His divine will; God will deliver into your hands, all that you need to succeed. The reason, many men fail in their assignments is tied to their failure to receive or their misuse of the instruments (talents and gifts) that God delivers into their hands for the fulfilment of their God-given assignments (purposes).
Our vision is the destiny that God has packaged for us. But usually, we are not patient enough to obtain that which God has programmed into time for us (vision)to walk in.
Forthe visionis yet for anappointed time, but at theendit willspeak, and not lie, though it tarry,waitfor it; because it willsurelycome, it will not tarry
Patience is an important virtue, which every son of the kingdom must partner with to succeed in that which God has called him or her to do. The vision of your life and my life is yet for an appointed time; the things that God give us along the way (destiny path) are not the end in themselves, but a means to an end.
Surely there isan end, andthe expectationof the righteous shall not be cut short
The expectations of the righteous are not mundane things,but that which are of eternal relevance and significance. The vision is for an expected end and God is saying to you and to me that it will come (surely) to us, it might tarry but - WAIT for it.
Our lives are not ordinary lives, but wrapped up in an expectation that is sure and orchestrated by ONE who does not FAIL and whose words do not fall to the ground.
For I know the thoughts that I think towards you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you anEXPECTED END
The promise and thought of God concerning you is to give you a vision (a destiny) which is an EXPECTED END. God gave Sarah and Abraham an expected end, to become the Mother and Father of many nations. They were wired to bring forth a seed through which all the nations of the earth, will be blessed, but they had to wait (tarry) and it came to pass. The life of Isaac spoke at the end as the seed that God promised, will be the heir of Abraham and the blessing.
The vision (of your life) is yet for a time (appointed by God) and it will speak (the reason you were born) but allow patience to have her perfect work in you and it will surely (definite word) come to pass.