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12 June - Picture That

There’s a saying a picture is worth 1000 words, so when we see something, it has the power to change us much more than when we think a thought.

God gave Abraham a vision of the stars of the sky and told him he would have many descendants (Gen. 15:5), which produced faith in Abraham’s heart (Gen. 15:6).

It was an example of Godly imagery, where Abraham girded up the loins of his mind, as in his imagination, to see what God sees, which produced faith in Him.

There are over 400 scriptures in the Bible that refer to imaginations, dreams, and visions, and our imaginations can be an “on-ramp” into heavenly places because we possess both physical eyes to see into the natural world as well as spiritual eyes, which can enable us to see the future and spirit realm.

First, Peter 1:13 says, “Gird up the loins of your mind.” When we strengthen the loins (the centre of physical strength and power) of our mind”, we strengthen our imagination.

The Greek word for mind in this passage is “dianoia” (dee-an-oy-ah), or imagination, the centre of power in our mind.

Today don’t fix your thoughts and imagination on problems, defeat, and worry; that’s using your imagination to empower fear and anxiety. Use it instead to magnify and see the bigness of God and begin to imagine all that God will do in your life.

“For nothing will be impossible with God.” (Luke 1:37)

Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth.” (Colossians 3:2)

Prayer: Lord, thank you for my imagination. Please help me see what you see and strengthen it with your thoughts, visions, and plan for my life. I picture good things, knowing that all things are possible in you. In Jesus Name, Amen

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