Apostle Grace Lubega
Genesis 3:6(KJV); And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat.
The temptation of Eve was not merely an enticement by the evil one for her to eat the forbidden fruit.
When he spoke, the devil did not merely outline the pros of eating the fruit; what he actually did was that he gave Eve a vision.
She saw what he wanted her to see; she saw that the tree was good for food; she saw that it was pleasant to the eyes; she saw that it could make one wise.
When she received the vision, she ate the fruit and gave her husband who was with her and he also ate.
Adam neither hesitated nor questioned why he was being given the fruit; in that moment he seemed to have forgotten that God had commanded them never to touch that tree; he forgot that the penalty for his action was death.
Eve had received the vision, from the enemy but he did not. Adam did not have the power to say no because the power of the woman who saw captivated the will of the man who did not see.
The underlying principle here is that the one that has the vision commands the one without it.
This was the power of a vision received from the Words of the enemy; how much more that from the Words of God?
For every Word of God you receive, you must also receive the vision of it because you need a vision to command your workplace; you need a vision to command your family; you need a vision to command your nation. You must see!
FURTHER STUDY: Revelation 2:7, Revelation 22:2
He that has the vision commands the one without it. You need a vision to command your workplace; you need a vision to command your family; you need a vision to command your nation. You must see!
PRAYER: My loving God, I thank you for this great Word. This knowledge is priceless and I walk in its understanding every day; you are my vision and it is you that I behold in all that I do; as I see you, I command everything around me, to the glory of your name. Amen.