Saturday: August 8, 2020
Habbakuk 2:2 The LORD gave me this answer: “Write down clearly on tablets what I reveal to you, so that it can be read at a glance.
For all intents and purposes, writing is a way of keeping records of events for future references. In the hospital, we have an unwritten convention ‘if it’s not documented, it hasn’t been done’. Because your word against mine doesn’t always cut it. Habbakuk today was advised to write down what was revealed to him in a legible manner so that it can be read even from a distance.
We will acknowledge that on some front, the messages we receive- the visions and instruction that come our way are very personal and those require no sharing. However, there are other meant for ‘many eyes’. There are many visions which are impossible to achieve without having others share in them- as the proverb goes ‘one hand does not cover the sky’.
The increased legibility and readability is to enhance the level of attraction to an inscribed vision. There is a reason why writing plainly and reading precede fulfilment. At other times, writing legibly equates to actually sharing the vision openly with others, similar to selling a prospective business idea to them. So beloved, this is our take home message:
Every vision has to be written and read prior its fulfilment. In other words,
without internalisation, the actualisation of any vision will solely remain a figment of our imagination.
And that spells the end of it and no vision would see the light of day.