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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Vision (08/03/06)

TITLE: Vision? What Vision?
By Rebecca Yauger
08/09/06


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Although Iím blessed with good eyesight, my vision for my future is less than clear.
Iíve always taken life as it comes. Yes, Iíve planned for things, and had my hopes and dreams, but nothing seems to work out as planned.
My fairy tale dreams of a perfect marriage after the perfect wedding vanished in a haze of whiskey-induced inebriation by my then-husband.
But not all drams end bad. Sometimes life just doesnít go the way you planned. Iíve always hated that question in job interviews: ďWhere do you see yourself in five years?Ē
How the heck do I know?! I never anticipated a divorce, or a relocation. I didnít think Iíd get married again. (Thankfully, my husband is a dream-come-true). I never thought Iíd get breast cancer.
How can you have a vision for your life? It all proves to me that only Godís vision counts. His future for my life is what matters. I have no control, and I need to stop wrestling for the reins.
God is my vision and only God is in control. As the old hymn says, ďBe thou my visionÖĒ


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Allison Egley 08/11/06
Short and to the point, but a lesson we all need to remember. Thanks for the reminder.
Helen Paynter08/13/06
This was great, and I'd have liked to see it expanded.