It is important to have a vision. We have vision for our careers, our families, and our personal growth. What about having a vision for your personal finances? You have worked for a long period of time to not know where your money should be heading. Do you know where your money has gone? Did it decide to walk away? Did it escape from you? We are responsible for being a good steward of our finances. We are held accountable to what we are producing. There is a great wind of resistance that is telling us where to spend our money, where to give, and where to invest. If we are not careful, we can fall into that prey. Avoiding that trap can be easily done with a vision for your money. Habakkuk 2:3 say write the vision; make it plain, so he may run who reads it. Writing a vision is more than just for a career. It is for your life. Within the next couple of weeks, write down the vision for your finances in terms how much you want to earn, how much you want to give, and how much you want to save. There is a plan that you need for your money. So I ask again, what is your vision for your finances?