Why Do Men Need Visions and Dreams?

Dr. Myles Munroe delivers a powerful ‘man up’ message with a tidal wave of OMG realizations about the purpose of men and the nature of women.

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Today, we’ll look at a powerful sermon delivered by Dr. Myles Munroe, who was a Bahamian evangelist and ordained minister, author, speaker, and public leadership consultant, and who founded and led the Bahamas Faith Ministries International.

His talk is directed specifically at men, directing them on to the vision inspired path of discovering their God-ordained purpose for living. Munroe gives men a powerful ‘man-up’ message that is as strong as it is comforting. I would go so far as to say that his stance sets the stage for a unique form of ‘Christian Game’. Men would do well to take his viewpoints on male-female relationships into serious consideration.

You can mock and criticize his loose interpretations of scripture all you like. But Munroe’s Frame is ‘fundamentally’ true to both the Holy Spirit and the Red Pill perspective, and impeccably stolid at that. Furthermore, the words out of his mouth have put the fear of the Lord into millions around the world, including yours truly.

Munroe died in a freak plane crash in 2014, just two months after he spoke out publicly against g@y rights, saying that “people have ‘hijacked’ and ‘raped’ the civil rights movement with efforts to fight for the rights of those in the LGBT community”. He also said that the support of QTBGL persons in the Bahamas “does not represent the majority of the convictions of the Bahamian people”. Was his death just an unfortunate accident, or was he martyred by the ‘powers-that-be’?

Independent: Myles Munroe: Preacher who outraged many with his views on women and gays (November 11, 2014)

This sermon is rather long at 80 minutes, but I guarantee that if you take the time to watch it, you’ll have quite a few mind-blowing epiphanies of the ‘A-Ha!’, and ‘OMG!’ quality, concerning the nature of men and women, and their interaction.

Power Quotes

“Man was not created to dominate other men, but to dominate the earth.”

“Democracies do not colonize. Only Kingdoms colonize!”

“God intended for the earth to be a colony of His Kingdom. God intended the male man to be the colonizers.”

“Men are not on top. They are not the ‘heads’. Men are on the bottom! They are the foundation!

“Men were created before women. Men are first. Men have knowledge that women don’t have. But it’s no fun being first. Being first means you are responsible for everything that comes after!”

“The discovery of your purpose is about your dominion.”

“Vision is a preview of your purpose.”

“God stops growth where there is no management, or bad management.”

“I feel like preaching… almost!

“God gave man work, before he gave man woman. Work comes first. If you put woman first, you will have trouble!”

“There were six commandments that God gave to Adam in the garden of Eden.” (Genesis 1-2)

  1. Eden – to live in communion with God
  2. Work – to become what God made you to be.
  3. Care – to cultivate, and bring forth fruit.
  4. Guard – to protect, and to create a safe Kingdom for others to enjoy.
  5. Command – to teach, mold, and guide others in the ways of holy living.
  6. Observe – to recognize God’s sovereignty, keep His commandments, and walk in His ways.

“Your job is what you do for your employer, but your work is what God made you to do. You may lose your job, but you can never lose your work. Your employer might say, ‘You’re fired from your job!’ But what employer can say, ‘You’re fired from being you’?”

“A man’s work is the expression of his purpose. A man with no woman has hope. But a man with no work will lose his mind.”

“When a man is doing His work, then the woman will follow after the man. That’s how it’s got to be. Amen? When the man is not about his work, the woman feels lost and insecure.”

“Woman is an incubator. Whatever you give her, she takes it, adds life and value, and gives it back to you. If you give her sperm, she gives you a baby. If you give her groceries, she gives you a meal. If you give her a word, she gives you a sentence. If you give her frustration, she gives you hell!”

“There is no entrance on a male man. <turns his back to the audience> This is an exit, not an entrance!”

Note: Video link updated on 2020 January 28.


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12 Responses to Why Do Men Need Visions and Dreams?

  1. JT Anderson says:

    This video is great! Thanks for sharing. Perfect timing as this is a topic I have been investigating lately.

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    • JT Anderson says:

      The only thing that’s bothering me is I can’t figure out where he got his definition of “work” from. It seems intuitive enough but I can’t find the Hebrew word he referenced in the text. Unless he’s referencing Greek?


      • Wayne says:

        I am not sure if he got the meaning of the word ‘work’ from a Hebrew definition or not. I believe he is simply just redefining the concept of work in a more positive light, and adapting it to a man’s spiritual purpose. His definition of work is what a man does according to God’s will for his life, which is something man does rather naturally, once the sinful nature is stripped away. Alternately, maybe his understanding of ‘work’ is more accurate than what most people believe. (I have found that the Bible contains a lot of assumptions that are not so clearly iterated. Only a spiritually enlightened person can ‘read between the lines’ and discern those truths at once.) His definition blends well with scripture, because Christ is also described as ‘doing the work of His Father’. I like this redefinition, because it makes a distinction between physical labor for an employer, ‘works of the flesh’, and ‘works of the spirit’. It also removes the negative stigma that a lot of people have about working, and replaces it with a sense of confidence, hope and purpose.

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      • JT Anderson says:

        At 29:26, his slide says WORK – “eregon”

        He must be referencing the Greek Septuagint because I found the word: http://biblehub.com/greek/2041.htm

        The dictionary definition aligns with his interpretation. It’s quite eye-opening to reconsider all the New Testament passages where “work” is used with that clarified definition in mind.

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      • JT Anderson says:

        I think this is a primary source of confusion in the church today. When we hear about “do good deeds” or “do not do the deeds of the flesh” we think of it in terms of present imperfections… as if we’re constantly wavering back and forth between God’s “naughty” and “nice” list. In reality, God already has the end in mind and he wants us to “become” who we were meant to be. God cares about the direction, not the daily imperfections.

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  2. Fnu Mnu Lnu says:

    Men need a purpose, whether it be work, or personally related. Without it, we wither…

    Liked by 3 people

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  8. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    I remember him on SKYANGEL around ’05 or so!
    I thought he was just a typical preacher until I stumbled onto this post of yours!
    Why does people think purpose means going to a 9 to 5 job?
    I never have!

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