All humans are divinely designed to pursue a vision. Though God’s original intent was for mankind to pursue his mission on the earth, many well-meaning Christians settle for lesser visions: consumerism, political ideologies, conspiracy theories, and more.
It’s true that these things can catch our attention. They offer a vision that captures the mind, moves the affection, and demands sacrificial action.
But now, more than ever, the people we lead need a vision that is bigger and more important than their fears and circumstances. It is the leader’s job to cast that vision.
Today, we’re going to look at Habakkuk 1:1–4 and talk about casting a vision that helps people see beyond the personal and the local.