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Flashcards in Life Calling Chapter 15 & 16 Deck (32):
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________: mental image representing something in a graphic sense.

Picture

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______: purpose toward which an endeavor is directed.

Goal

3

______: job, assignment, chore, or act of work to be carried out.

Task

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__________: ability to arouse an animating, quickening, or exalting influence.

Inspiration

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____________: ability to see in one’s mind something that is not real in the immediate setting

Imagination

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__________: a plan, method, or series of actions for obtaining a specific goal or result.

Strategy

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__________: a line of thought or action leading from one point of reference to another.

Direction

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We are to discover that vision = ________ and that vision ≠ ______.

Picture
Task

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_________________ is an individual who gave one of the best examples of displaying a passionate vision in his “I Have a Dream” speech.

Martin Luther King Jr

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In this person’s speech, the author illustrated the four forces within the needs of the world that drew this person and will draw us, list the specific forces in this case:
a. People force: ___________
b. Contextual force: _________ _______
c. Problem force: ______ _______
d. Location:______________________________

A. Americans
B. Racial Bigotry
C. equal rights
D. United States (specially the American South)

11

In the text, the author outlined the following three ingredients that will help you form a life-changing vision:
______________: is the ingredient of developing a life-changing vision through the formation of a conscious idea or mental image of something you have never before wholly thought of in reality.

Imagination

12

In the text, the author outlined the following three ingredients that will help you form a life-changing vision:
____________: is the ingredient of allowing the voices of your spirit, soul, and heart to speak as loud as your mind and body.

Inspiration

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In the text, the author outlined the following three ingredients that will help you form a life-changing vision:
_______________: is the ingredient of guiding your dreams towards your own images rather than those of others.

Independence

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_____________: Is the scripture that states “Without a vision, the people perish.”

Proverbs 29:18

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In God’s calling to “Open our Eyes” the textbook used the account of ________ to teach us how to see possibilities in situations where we once only saw challenges.

Elisha

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In God’s calling to “Look at Everything” the textbook used the account of Jesus and __________ ________to teach that life is greater and more fulfilled when we look beyond meeting just our physical needs.

Samaritan Woman

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In God’s calling to “Look Forward to a New Heaven and New Earth” the textbook used the account of the disciple _______ teaching the people to be ready for Jesus’ second coming.

Peter

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In God’s calling to “Lift Up Your Eyes” the textbook used the account of ________ to teach about hope and encouragement in the times of despair and discouragement.

Isaiah

19

In all of these teachings, we are called to “see” beyond ourselves. What is the primary reason we are called to “see” beyond ourselves?

Moves us beyond the temptation of selfishness

20

List the four steps that turn vision into action:

1. Establishes direction
2. Set SMART goals
3. Develop a strategy
4. Take actions

21

What are S.M.A.R.T. goals?

(S)​ Specific
(M)​ Measurable
(A)​ Achievable
(R)​ Relevant
(T)​ Time-framed

22

At the end of our textbook, the author concludes that Life Calling becomes a reality and we feel a sense of fulfillment because we’ve attained these three desires of our heart:

Meaning
Significance
Hope

23

His father’s career was: ________________________

Psychiatrist / College Administrator

24

His mother’s career was:__________________

1st Grade teacher

25

What did he enjoy doing as a child that was discouraged once he entered school?

Daydreaming, imagining and making up stories

26

What did he state became the structure of his education?

Acquisition of knowledge / memorization of facts

27

What was the pattern of life he experienced regularly while in school?

Being disciplined in the principal’s office

28

Upon entering college, what experience made him change his view of learning?

An English instructor who encouraged him to be creative

29

_____: see in one’s mind something of beauty, charm, value, or desirability.

Dream

30

How confident in his future was he after graduating college?

Not very

31

How did the majority of his family react to his career choices after college?

Running joke about the variety of different jobs

32

What realization changed his career outlook?

No matter what job he took, he found himself helping others