“And the LORD answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain”
For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry. Words to live by, and words I’ve always lived by.
Years ago when I was in Jr. High School I fell in love with photography. I purchased my first camera that only cost me $10, you know the simple 35mm with the ice cube flash bulb that turns after every snapshot, yes that one. I thought I had it going on, the only one that owned her own camera no one else my age in my neighborhood had a camera let alone was even interested in a camera.
Soon after, I entered into High School and saw that my school offered photography. I of course signed up and discovered the life of Photography, I then joined the Yearbook Club, and I was then the official school photographer. I can go on and on with my photography stories but I won’t, I said all this to say I always invisioned having my own photo studio, or something connected to photography.
Here I am today, living out my dream, the vision I’ve always had seeing myself doing what I love. On November 15, 2011 My son “Shemaiah” became the Owner/CEO of his own business and I, the Co-Owner and Co-Founder of “Shemaiah Production Studio, LLC” We are now a Licened business, and will fully launch coming soon. Those who have gotten to know me, knows I’m a believer in , and I tell you Gods word. I have witnessed over and over when you speak the word over your vision and believe it to come to pass all I can say is get ready!
The word says, “For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak and not lie”
Here I am in 2011 seeing my vision speak for itself, “Such a time as this”
If we have only what we have experienced, we have nothing. But if we have the inspiration of the vision of God, we have more than we can experience. Beware of the danger of spiritual relaxation.
Don’t stop dreaming, write down your vision and make it plain and trust God for the rest!
Written by: Debra Reed