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“Though it tarries, wait for it, because it will surely come”.

In Red Church today, Joseph Z talks about visions and how to maintain them. He instructs that God gives us all things to advance his covenant, and when we don't have a vision, we should serve the vision of others, and from there, we may become aware of what God has called us to do. He leads us to the word of God from the Book of Habakkuk 2:2-3, to teach us how faith operates, and what to do to realize our vision. He makes us understand that there’s an appointed time for us to accomplish what God has called us to do, and when the appointed time arrives, our vision speaks.

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He also explains that when we wait on the Lord, we bind ourselves with Him as the vision tarries. While waiting for our vision to manifest, we are to serve the vision of others and desist from negativity, to avoid prolonging the vision God has given us. He urges us not to abort the vision until it germinates, grows, and delivery comes. Again, he makes us understand that when we find the right tribe, we find our vision, and the way to know that we’re in the right tribe is when we find ourselves where we’re celebrated and not tolerated. 

In addition, Joseph brings to our knowledge that whatever our hands find to do, we should do it with all our might. This is because when our preparation meets opportunity, our vision begins to speak.  He then speaks the blessings of God over us, while also thanking God for his goodness and mercy over our lives. 


0:00 Introduction

03:34 Understanding Your Vision

05:20 How to Discover Your Vision in Life

07:47 Delay is not Denial

08:44 Habakkuk 2:2-3: How Faith Operates

13:47 When Your Vision Takes Its Sweet Time

20:00 Wait on the Lord: Meaning

23:17 Waiting on a Vision: What You Need to Know

27:15 Dangers of Negativity while Waiting for Your Vision

30:01 Find Your Tribe to Find Your Calling

32:07 Be Prepared & Productive 

35:03 Conclusion