Rise Up Tomorrow
“For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.” – Jeremiah 29:11
At age two, Craig MacFarlane was blinded in a tragic accident. He turned his defeat into victory by becoming a world-class athlete who won over 100 gold medals in sports such as wrestling, track and field, downhill skiing, and even shot a 91 in golf! Craig can’t see, but he has a powerful vision that fuels his drive to overcome.
Even though we can’t see or predict the future, we need to face tomorrow with confidence, because God will take care of us and give us a hope. The key is to have a God vision not just a good vision. A God vision is seeing what’s on God’s heart and placing onto our heart. A God vision is a drive and passion that it is birthed deep in our souls and changes the way we live and compete. When we have a God vision, we can Rise Up Tomorrow.
If you want to Rise Up Tomorrow, answer these three questions:
Is your God vision too small?
If your vision doesn't terrify you, then it is too small. A God vision should be so huge that you are bound to fail unless God steps in.
Is your God vision too narrow?
If your vision doesn't include others, then it is too narrow. A God vision has to include others like friends and teammates.
Is your God vision just a daydream?
If your vision doesn't get accomplished, then it is just a daydream. A God vision always gets done.
Discover God’s vision for your life and Rise Up Tomorrow!
As a competitor, do you have a God vision? Write it down.
Is your vision too small? Is your vision too narrow? Is your vision just a daydream? Explain.
- How can you Rise Up Tomorrow?
“God, help me to Rise Up Tomorrow. The future is unknown, but I trust You with it. In Jesus’ name, Amen.”