This January of recalibrating and reprioritizing has been grand thus far.  By the end of the month, I should have my own private yearly plan of operation written down.   This plan will be full of goals and objectives.  It will require much focus.  And the goal of it is to create an arena of growth that’ll reach a greater dimension of maturity.  It will be full of many small changes that, I know, will pay huge dividends.

Before this is written, I would have already leveraged my hindsight and engaged into insight.   As stated in prior blog posts, the sequence is Hindsight, Insight and then Foresight.

In HINDSIGHT, we have to leverage our memories in order to extract the keys for our future.  It’s redeeming our memories (past). And these keys are recognized in our INSIGHT. Insight is revelation and recognition in our present.  Once this is achieved then we can employ Foresightvision casting.

If hindsight is leveraging memories and insight is leveraging revelation, then foresight is leveraging imagination.   We all have an imagination.  We all have been given the ability to see, to create, to design and to plan.  And a leveraged imagination is fueled by our memories and God’s illumination and revelation of our present selves.

As you write your personal yearly plan, you’ll realize that the Lord will direct you to your hindsight and your insight; for Our imaginations are ignited and God’s will becomes evident in the sequential order of proper VISION-eering,

Blog entry #14 – Asking for a righteous IMAGINATION.



  1. Judith Cherette on January 14, 2011 at 4:42 PM

    There is no limit to the things we can accomplish when we open up ourselves to “God ideas”. Planning takes a lot of focus, prayer, and checking of motives-but I think as we get older we sometimes forget to imagine and dream of all the bigger, better things God can do through us. So as important as it is to strategize and plan, it’s just as important to incorporate some imagination into the picture.

  2. januel on January 14, 2011 at 10:26 PM

    The way we use foresight is by using our imagination to write down our plains for the year 2011.

  3. Jalina on January 14, 2011 at 10:51 PM

    Praying that as I am auditing last year and where I am at presently, that I stay focus in this year’s plans. Dreaming and imagining great things. May God’s will be done.

  4. Manny on January 14, 2011 at 11:44 PM

    Well Pastor we have to ask God to show us that we are praying for things that will get us to the next level.I am glad that we use our imagination and it helps us dream for better things.

  5. mario caceres on January 16, 2011 at 12:21 AM

    What’s incredible about imagination is that inside of the world of imagination there are no limits. When we imagine there are no boundaries. And that is why we most ask God to help us have the righteous imagination, a vision that comes from God.

  6. Ruday Ichiban on January 18, 2011 at 12:19 AM

    Foresight is leveraging our imaginations. When I learned this I was amazed for two reasons. One reason is that I imagine things on a daily basis thinking those things that I imagine are awesome. The crazy thing about that is that there is a scripture that makes what I imagine small which is my second reason. Ephesians 3:20 “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or IMAGINE, according to his power that is at work within us,” Now that is awesome.