As humans, we naturally build our vision around what we can see.
Many years ago as a pastor in RCCG, during conventions, we would have a crowd of two thousand and I would say “What a crowd!” but in 1979, I attended Kenneth Hagin’s camp meeting in America and I saw 17,000 people in attendance; I was astonished. That became the extent of my vision.
I was now anticipating an RCCG convention as large as the Kenneth Hagin meeting.
Years later, I went for Dr. Yongi Cho’s church growth conference in Korea.
They had seven services and announced after every service that those who came shouldn’t come to church the following Sunday so as to allow others attend church.
It was then it dawned on me that what I had seen in America was not what I wanted.
Thank God I learnt not to learn not to limit my vision early, because these days at RCCG’s conventions, it is impossible to count the number of attendees.
Never allow the things you see presently limit your vision.
Close your eyes to your surroundings and current situation, cast your vision as far as you can.
You were born to dominate, whatever you put your mind and actions to, you will achieve.
promised Abraham that as far as they could see, He will give him; how far can you see? What you see is what you get.
Key Point: You cannot go beyond what you see.