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How to Prioritize Goals To Build Your Vision

Greetings!

I pray that this message finds you doing incredibly! At this time in the Body of Christ, the Lord is intensifying the callings He has placed within each of us to elevate. It is actually going to become more difficult to avoid moving on these instructions than it will be to simply be obedient and to move forward in fearlessness to manifest your vision.

You should be feeling the shift. Ideas and instructions are flowing into your mind at seemingly random times. New ways that you haven’t thought of before are “popping” in your head to show you how to carry out His instructions. And this is only the beginning. This can leave you feeling overwhelmed and unsure of how to move forward. I actually call this phenomenon, ‘Visionary Overwhelm.”

Here is a video teaching that will help you move through Visionary Overwhelm and easily focus on how to prioritize all of this in a way that easily brings your vision into full fruition. Enjoy!

Love, Ericka

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  • Glynda Davis August 8, 2013, 12:08 pm

    Thank you so much Sister Ericka! This word came to me just in time. I am anxious, antsy and pregnant with the vision that God has given me. I want to fulfill the vision. Oh what a relief!

    • Ericka August 10, 2013, 8:33 pm

      Glynda,
      I’m SO glad to hear that the video teaching was helpful as you birth what the Lord has placed within you. You can DO this!!!
      Love, Ericka

    • Thelma Wells August 24, 2013, 1:44 pm

      Hello Ericka,
      As a speaker and writer of over thirty years, I applaud your concise, clear, compelling style of communicating. You’ve given a complete, easy to understand seminar in just a few minutes. Thank you for following the command of God in your life and helping millions of people who will listen to you de-stress and focus on their main thing. Please examine my website to learn more about the projects we have in operation. They have all evolved from working in God’s seasons. For the Lord is good and His mercy endures forever.

      Dr. Thelma Wells aka Mama T (formerly of Women of Faith)

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