DAY 16: Wake Up Your Faith

A God-given vision is a powerful thing. A lot of people mistake goal setting for vision. There’s nothing wrong with having goals, but a vision is not a goal that you set in your carnal mind. A true vision originates from God. It’s something that God puts in your spirit. Vision is something that the Holy Spirit deposits into you and says, “This is the highest you! This is My call and My dream and My vision for your life.” And it’s always bigger than what you think you can do. It’s always greater than your ability to perform it without the power of the Holy Spirit.

What is your vision? What is it you’re believing God for? Is there something you’ve prayed for in secret because you couldn’t work up the courage to even tell someone? I want to challenge you to believe that all things are possible.

Read 2 Corinthians 12 and Psalm 25. Remember to highlight the places that speak to you specifically today.


What makes your heart beat faster? Is there a vision the Lord has shown you?

What would you attempt if you could not fail?

Are you willing to let the Lord plant a new vision in you?

If yes, take a moment right now to pray and let the Lord know just how available you are to Him. Are you all in?


Vision is a powerful thing, and there is nothing that is impossible for God.


As you enter these final days of the fast, remember to continue to drink lots of water. These are exciting days and the Lord desires to show you His plan, and your role in that plan.

For Further Study: John 10:27; Mark 2:1-4; Ephesians 4:11; 1 Corinthians 9:16; Romans 11:29


Less of Me/More of Him, A 21-Day Fasting Study by Jentezen Franklin