How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

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How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

-Bisi Adewale

How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

“Where there is no vision the people perish”. Proverbs 29:18.How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage-Someone asked Helen Keller if there is anything worse than being blind and she replied “The most pathetic person in the world is someone who has sight but lacks a vision”.

Lack of vision is one of the hidden destroyers of any marriage. Usually, couples do not finger this as the reason for their turbulent marriage. Most couples are ignorant that if they don’t have anything to keep them busy, they will start to fight each other. It is a true fact that common projects, common goals, dreams and vision are ways to make the marriage a successful one but most couples are visionless. Somebody said, “If you don’t know where

you are going, your journey is very far”. Your vision is your life; your vision is seeing your future through the eyes of faith in God. Vision makes the team WORK but without vision, there will be WAR in the team.How To Develop Vision For Your MarriageHow To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

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When there is no vision, marriage perishes. It stops growing, flourishing and deteriorates.. You need a sense of direction and destiny. You can, and will achieve more in your marriage and family if you have a vision and channel your strength and resources to achieve it.

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A young man was employed as a manager of a farm after the two previous managers were fired for their inability to meet expected business target. When he resumed duty, he was intimated on the preceeding event and was threatened to be sacked if he didn’t meet the set target.How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

This young farm manager was put in charge of twenty labourers and his first assignment was to clear seven acres of land for a new farm land using all the available resources within twenty days. The target seemed like a tall order but he went to work. He set a target of fifteen days by dividing the whole bush into fifteen segments. On the first day, he brought a long pole with a white flag on it and planted it at the spot he expected they would reach.How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

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When the labourers arrived at the farm, the manager showed them the pole and told them that would be the new location for eating lunch. Surprisingly, all of them got to the pole before lunch. He did this everyday and they finished clearing the bush in thirteen days; two days less than his set target and seven clear days less than the management’s target. What was the secret of this young man? Vision. He gave them a vision of where they were going and showed them the reward awaiting them.How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

Vision is powerful. Every couple that wants to make a success of their marriage should nurture their vision. Vision will strengthen, energize your marriage and keep you together in thick and thin.How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

Couples fight each other because they don’t have something they are working for. If you are idle in a marriage;   How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

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you will cuddle the Devil; he will surely give you something to do. Vision is the power of any worthwhile project or achievement. Vision is the pillar of marriage. You can’t travel for long in car of marriage with your windscreen covered without a crash. You must have a vision if you want to go far in building a better family life.How To Develop Vision For Your Marriage

Pastor Bisi Adewale is a family and relationship expert; author of Secret of Irresistible Wife and more than 70 other books on marriage and family life. You can reach him on familybooster@gmail.com, 08068312004, 08051512823, BB: 2AF5C883, Blog:  www.bisiadewale.comWebsite:www.familybooster.com facebook.com/PastorBisiAdewale.Twitter@bisiadewale