Whose Vision are you supporting

Whose Vision are you supporting

“But Jehoshaphat said, Is there not here a prophet of the LORD, that we may enquire of the LORD by him? And one of the king of Israel’s servants answered and said, Here is Elisha the son of Shaphat, which poured water on the hands of Elijah.”- 2 Kings 3:11

Elisha’s name was mentioned because he “used to pour water on the hands of Elijah”. That was the recommendation he had. When you help another person achieve a God given vision to flourish; God will find a way of sending your recommendations ahead of you. You struggle now because every time someone shares a vision with you, you assume you have another one better to present than his. Do all you can where you are until the place becomes too small for you, the offer of a bigger place will come and you will know it’s time to move on.

However, this does not turn you into a robot but it allows you to grow yourself while pursuing the success of the Kingdom of God in the hands of another person. David was an Armour bearer to Saul at some point, everyone knew the throne was his. Live with the perspective that there is no competition but this won’t happen until you’ve known specifically your purpose.

So, what vision is God asking you to support? It could be the requirement that grace will use in unlocking more grace upon you. So whose vision are you helping? The woman who brought the alabaster jar supported the vision of Calvary and became the matron of the Gospel.

So whose vision are you supporting? Reflect on this!

Verse 1

Sing a song (sing a song)
Spread some cheer (spread some cheer)
There are sad and lonely people everywhere
Be a friend (be a friend)
Show some love (show some love)
It will lift them from the dungeons of despair


Show a little bit of love and kindness
Never go along with hatred’s blindness
Take a little time to reach for joy
And wear a happy face
Sing a little bit when the days are dreary
Give a little help to a friend who’s weary
That’s the way to make the world a happy place

Verse 2

Offer help (offer help)
Bring some hope (bring some hope)
To the fainting and discouraged on life’s road
See a need (see a need)
Lend a hand (lend a hand)
There are many who are crushed beneath their load

Verse 3

Be a light (be a light)
Show the way (show the way)
Be a light within the night for those astray
Speak a word (speak a word)
Loving word (loving word)
That will bring them back to walk the narrow way

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