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Pastors Kay & May Ijisesan
January 13th, 2011
Categorized under: Purpose

Write it down

(Habakkuk 2:2 NKJV) “Then the LORD answered me and said: “Write the vision And make it plain on tablets, That he may run who reads it.”

Do you have great ideas in your mind that can revolutionize your world? My simple advice is, write it down. Your mind will never be able to retain information forever. Several great ideas have been lost just because they were not written down. You need to document your ideas for future references.

Even if your idea is so clear in your mind that you are convinced you can never lose any of its details, you must realize that its implementation will involve others. Great ideas always take a company of people to fulfill. You need to document your ideas in details at least for the sake of the company of people that will run with it. It will definitely take less effort to communicate an idea that is well documented.

John, Matthew, Paul, Timothy and Peter are sources of blessing to us today because their revelations are documented. Let God move you like the holy men of old to document inspired ideas. Be responsible and bless the coming generations: write down your vision – for your benefit and that of your company!



I am a man/woman of purpose created in God’s image to fulfill a unique destiny. I am fearfully, marvelously and wonderfully made. Therefore, I celebrate my uniqueness.

I have a revelation of my divine purpose. My gifts find adequate expression in life and they open great doors for me before great men. Every gift of God within me is constantly stirred up to release my destiny.

I am sensitive to the plan and counsel of God. I am strategically positioned in life for great success. I excel by the grace of God in all good things.

God predestined, justified, called and glorified me before the foundation of the world. There is a blue print from God for my life. I work with God, the Master builder. Therefore, I do not build in vain. I have a clear vision. I do not run wild in life. I am not easily discouraged, but I follow through with the plan of God for my life.

I am diligent in my business so I always stand before kings and not before ordinary men. I am a great blessing to my generation.

My life is patterned after God’s original intention for me. All things are working together for my good. My future is bright and secure because God is on my side.

This is an Extract from the Book ’31-Day Daily Devotional on ‘Purpose’
By Pastor Kayode Ijisesan- Head Pastor Kingsword International Church Chicago, Illinois. USA

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