Hab. 2:2 “Write the vision And make it plain on tablets, That he may run who reads it. 3 For the vision is yet for an appointed time; But at the end it will speak, and it will not lie.Though it tarries, wait for it; Because it will surely come, It will not tarry. NKJV
Prov. 29:18 Where there is no vision, the people perish… KJV
Acts 26:19 “So then, King Agrippa, I was not disobedient to the vision from heaven. NIV
The word “vision” defines Sight of the Future State of Human Life in Christ; Sight of the Imperatives and Intentions of the Lord for Human Life. In its Biblical definition, this word does not simply describe self-based aspirations of man. It describes Sight of the Future that is conceived as a result of the Speaking of God.
Biblical Definitions of the word Vision:
Vision (“chazon” in Hebrew): sight, a dream, a revelation, an oracle, a prophecy and a mental imagination. The word means divine communication from God or a prophecy. The word vision (chazon) does not describe an idea that is man-made or a self-conceived, self-inspired dream. The word captures the issue of God talking to man. The idea in this word is that there can be no vision except when God talks to man. Vision is the expression of Divine Will. Thus, the possession of Vision is a result of a prophetic encounter. When one says they have a vision, they mean they have heard from God. The root word (chazah) means to gaze, to perceive, to prophesy.
The Vision (chazon) is the Burden (massa) of the Prophet: the burden which the prophet Habakkuk saw, (Hab. 1:1). NKJV
The burden (“massa”): a burden, a load. The word was used to describe that which was placed on the backs of pack animals like donkeys or camels. The word also means the desires of the heart birthed by the voice of God. Hence, the burden (massa) became one with the prophet (Jer. 20:9). It was the very desire of the prophet and not an exercise in prophetic ministry. The word (vision) of the Lord therefore imparted the heart and the nature of God in the life of the Prophet.
Vision (“optasia” in Greek): sight, an appearance, to gaze with wide open eyes, to perceive or to understand the meaning of what one is looking at.
So therefore, Vision – is our Perception of the Future, in Christ.
LSA Vision (What Do We See?)
We see Functional Human Life in Christ.
We see Church established as a Civilization in the Earth. We see a Global Kingdom Civilization.
At LSA, we are committed to offer our lives and engage our resources in order to see the fulfilment of this Vision.
A tagline is a Prophetic War Cry in the Spirit. It reflects the groaning of our spirits (Rom 8:23) – that which keeps us engaged in the battlefield (Jude 1:3, Eph. 6:12).
Our tagline: Toward our shared Humanity in Christ
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