Habakkuk 2:2 says; write the vision and make it plain. When I make a prayer board that is exactly what I am doing.

The word vision means ‘something you can see’. Therefore on my vision board I place things I want to see come to pass. I write it down and make it plain.

We see this in the life of Abraham; God gave him something to look at when he promised him a son or many sons. He told him to look at the stars of the sky and look at the sand in the sea and that would be how many sons and daughters he would have. God gave him a visual. God knew words alone wouldn’t keep his faith up so he gave him something to see as well.

Each time Abraham saw the stars or sand, his faith was ignited and he began to really SEE what God had placed before him. He is now the father of many nations, just as God had said. We will have what we see, that is a truth in the word of God.

Matthew 19:26 says things that are impossible with man are possible with God. God has made many impossible looking things happen as I have placed his promises before my eyes and kept them there until I saw them come to pass.

It’s time to see the impossible done in your life, don’t you agree? Perhaps a prayer board would help ignite your faith. It worked for Abraham, it wasn’t a prayer board, but it was something before his eyes continually.

Today I encourage you to get you a blank prayer board and put all the things you are believing God for on there, add scriptures too. Then place it somewhere that you will see it day and night. Each time you see it, thank God for the things on that board. It will be just as the scripture says; Write the vision and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time; But at the end it will speak, and it will not lie. Though it tarries, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry.

Today write the vision and make it plain – because it will SURELY COME – it will not tarry! Praise the Lord!