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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Acts 10:19   Thought/Prayer:  Pondered:  A Vision/and Vision.  Topics:  2 at end.

“While Peter thought on the vision, the Spirit said unto him, Behold, three men seek thee.”  KJV (Read this scripture and more at

Peter had had a most unusual vision to be shown to a Jewish man.  The vision indicated that foods declared unclean by God could actually be approved for eating.  This was shocking to someone like Peter.  How could this be, that the animals he saw in the vision would no longer be unclean as dictated in the Jewish law?

It is recorded that Peter pondered this vision, reflecting on its meaning.  Then some men appeared at the door of the house where he was staying, and God worked out the meaning of the vision:  Salvation through Jesus Christ was not only for the Jews, but for the Gentiles also.  It was a break-through time for Peter.

We also ponder the meaning of things that come along in our lives.  No, we probably will not see a sheet let down from Heaven, populated with animals.  But our “visions” are just as powerful, sent from God.  What do we think of when we dream about things that could potentially happen – in interests, plans, goals?  What do you ponder concerning God’s will for you?  Different things for different people, of course.  It would be silly for a grandmother to consider entering the Miss America pageant.  But she might, after pondering the subject, be able to teach her own granddaughter some of the skills of grace that can lead to opportunities in pageants or for other work that requires a gracious hostess. 

When it comes to pro-life ministry, what do you think of?  Is there some way in which you may be involved to the fullest, a way not yet thought of?  If we prayerfully ponder, perhaps the visions of possibilities will come, whether in a real vision – or in a vision God gives us in our minds – and hearts.

Lord, help us to want to think on . . . to want to ponder what you have in store for us.  It may seem more difficult than Peter’s experience; he actually saw something unusual from God.  We do not have it to cut-and-dried it seems.  But God’s vision for us is out there, whether on a bed sheet or on a sheet of paper as we jot down ideas for ministry.  Lord, help us to see what you want us to see.

Topics:  Pray for God’s visions to be clear, and be prepared for them through prayer.
Peter Shinn’s

Posted by Gail Richardson on 12/20 at 01:33 AM
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