Zero to Hero Pt 4: Vision, The Power To Change

By June 10, 2018Sermon Notes

Zero To Hero Series:

  1. Filling your love/purpose tank, not living on empty
  2. Learning to live for something bigger than yourself
  3. What’s your story? Turning our past into our platform
  4. Embracing change – going from zero to hero is a transitional process

WRITE THE VISION – THE POWER TO CHANGE

4 Ways To Embrace Change

  • Change happens from within – “We produce who we are, not who we want to be… but we can change who we are”
  • Changing behavior modification doesn’t last, we have let God give us a new “why”, vision, motivation and purpose
  • Change starts from dissatisfaction, acknowledging something isn’t working – not just circumstances, outer results; but realizing we are reaping results and harvests that are not satisfying
  1. Let a new vision saturate your spirit; an inspired picture that fills you with excitement

Where there is no vision, the people decay: but he that keeps the law is blessed.  Proverbs 29:18 GNV

  1. Learn everything you can about living at that next level

We do not want you to become lazy, but to imitate those who through faith and patience inherit what has been promised.  Hebrews 6:12 (NIV)

  1. Write out your vision-commitment-plan

Where there is no vision, the people decay: but he that keeps the law is blessed.  Proverbs 29:18 GNV

  1. Get ready for the fight of your life

Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called when you made your good confession in the presence of many witnesses.  1 Timothy 6:12

Extra Study:

Things we need a vision for:

  • Purpose – ministry: serving with the unique s.h.a.p.e. we have (SHAPE: Spiritual gifts, Heart-passion, Abilities, Personality, Experience)
  1. Career
  2. Finances
  3. Making a difference
  • Relationships – fellowship:
    1. Marriage
    2. Children
    3. Extended family
    4. Work related
    5. Church
  • Faith – worship
    1. Foundation
    2. Truth
    3. Wisdom
    4. Direction
  • Learning – discipleship
    1. Educational
    2. Mentor
    3. Growth -spiritual, practical
  • Duplicating – evangelism
    1. Sharing vision, faith, experience, and knowledge
    2. Raising up a team for greater reach and effectiveness
    3. Investing in the next generation

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