The power of godly Imagination


Hi guys! So let’s talk about the power of godly imagination. Imagination is powerful. It is an ingredient in the pot of actualization and realization.

Imagination is to see from the inside, it is to have an inside vision. Mark Zuckerberg had a dream to connect the World via a social media app, he allowed himself dream of the possibilities and it happened.

For us Christians, Imagination works hand in hand with Faith. To believe, you have to imagine, and to imagine you have to believe.

There must be something in you that believes that it is possible, it can be achieved, it will come to pass.

Genesis 15:6 says of the old man Abraham after God told him he would be a father of many-

” And he believed in the Lord; and he counted it to him for righteousness”.

You best believe that Abraham’s mind envisioned something, he believed because he saw it happening and it came to pass.


Give your imagination room to fly ?

A godly imagination is a weapon that chills the pit of hell and combats discouragement. I tell you, thoughts of discouragement and sadness came upon me this morning for a few minutes but almost immediately I allowed myself imagine the opposite of what Satan was trying to put into my heart. Instantly, I was joyous. What I imagined and saw was too marvelous for devil to steal, and he ran away lol . A godly imagination is you telling Satan, I can see this happening. I can see the prophecies of God coming to pass and it’s beautiful. Oh the Joy!

Now, I don’t know what the Lord has promised you but you still can’t fathom IT; I don’t know the dreams you scoff at because you have limited your imagination; I don’t know what pastors and prophets have prophesied into your life but you can’t see IT because of your current position. I don’t know what your “IT” is: To be a Millionaire never having to count pennies and kobos, to be an employer instead of an employee , to be a big shot director, have your own charity, travel the world, be famous, a great job, children, career , healing, deliverance , Ministry, your private jet, a husband who brings you breakfast in bed ?……..

Whatever it is, Beloved! Take a moment, close your eyes and give your godly imagination liberty. Don’t allow fear and unbelief limit the possibilities of imagination and faith.

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    Joan Akob
    August 8, 2017 at 8:14 pm

    Imagination inspired by the holy spirit is what gives me hope to keep believing my “It” will come to pass. Sometimes the devil is persistent but we have to keep our focus on what is true. Thanks for sharing! Was happy to read and be encouraged.

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      August 8, 2017 at 8:37 pm

      Thanks Love. I love that first sentence. Imagination inspired by the Holy Spirit comes with hope and gentle reassurance.
      You are right, Satan is persistent. He’s always trying to taunt us with the reality so that we cannot believe.
      Thanks for reading, and your comments. I appreciate.

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    August 15, 2017 at 4:18 pm

    Amen! Scripture says we should guard our hearts with all diligence because from it flows the issues of life. If you think you can do it, you definitely can. If you think you can not then you can’t. Out thoughts become our life. I always learn something when I come here. Thank you!

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      August 16, 2017 at 10:11 am

      Our imagination is so powerful and I use it often now to counter any demonic suggestion, discouragement or depression.
      Aww. Flattering Sis. Thanks. We always love to have you here.

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    August 29, 2017 at 12:31 pm

    Lol @ he ran away. The popular saying “your thoughts become you” is so true. So many times negative thoughts sneak in while we are just doing our thing, and before you know what’s happening, you’re already thinking it. I read a book where the author said if you find out you can’t outthink the devil, then out talk him. That’s what I do, I use the weapon of the word to silence negative thoughts, and it works every time.

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