Day 10 – Painting a Vision

One Month to Love!
This was an awesome book, check out my review and I wanted to share with y’all the “important” parts to me. This is by far not what the whole book is about, but just a glimpse of what I thought was catching, or needed to be shared. I will be going through each day, as this will be sorta like my “journal”.

There are 4 weeks involved:
Week 1: The Art of Being All There
Week 2: The Art of Acting Intentionally
Week 3: The Art of Risking Awkwardness
Week 4: The Art of Letting Go

Day 10 of Week 2: Painting a Vision

Vision

Aim at heaven and you will get earth thrown in. Aim at earth and you get neither. ~C.S. Lewis

I used  to spend my nights dreaming about the life I wanted to love. Now I live my dreams, and I spend my nights sleeping. ~Dan Ogden

Paint a clear vision of what we want a relationship to become.

God says, “You’ll see it when you believe it.”, as in “we live by faith, not by sight” 2 Corninthians 5:7

It’s important to remember that difficulties in relationships are not only normal; they’re also essential.

Lasting Love Relationship Challenge
1) Begin to write a vision statement for each of your key relationships. Think about what you want your relationship to look like in five, ten, or twenty years. This may take several days, so don’t rush it.
2) Pray for God to help you see what your relationships can become. He has the power to heal old wounds, restore broken bridges, and melt even the iciest heart.
3) For help with your vision or action steps, or to see our personal vision for our family and friendships, go to onemonthtolove.com

In case you missed it:
Day 1 – The Most Important Thing
Day 2 – Face to Face
Day 3 – Zoning In
Day 4 – Being All There on a Deeper Level
Day 5 – Staying at the Table
Day 6 – Stuck With Me
Day 7 – Thick and Thin
Day 8 – Last to First
Day 9 – The Imperfect Dance

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