24 min

Episode 9: What Does Having a Bad Back, a Tube of Toothpaste, and Moses Parting the Red Sea Have to do with a Breakthrough‪?‬ Your Biggest Breakthrough

    • Self-Improvement

Your biggest breakthrough is often a process, and on occasion it's an event.
We expect it to happen in dramatic fashion. Perhaps we even wish it would happen that way.
We're in deep crisis in our lives. On our knees, tears flowing, hands white-knuckled in fervent prayer, we cry out to God for his intervention. We often expect a clap of thunder and lightning, a miracle of biblical proportions to occur in our lives.
And of course it's always possible for God to intervene in that way. But more often than not, t's the small, everyday breakthroughs that lead to our biggest breakthrough.
Hannah Keeley, as you'll recall from https://player.captivate.fm/episode/d994fa81-c706-48b4-a9ef-b589b597e58f (Episode 4), expected a miracle, and found it when she folded her laundry.
Not exactly Moses' parting of the Red Sea, is it? But it was a tiny shift in mindset that allowed Hannah - and all of us if we're open to it - to achieve the breakthrough we all desire.
A shift in mindset is the thing that will propel you to the next level, and it starts with the mundane things in life.
Allowing the body to recover from an injury in its own time (sorry old-timers, it takes more time the older you get)...
Remembering your spouse gets irritated when you squeeze the toothpaste from the middle, so you mindfully squeeze it from the bottom.
It's nothing that will make the evening news, but now you're in the right frame of mind to receive the abundance coming your way -- when the time is right.
Remember these 3 things when it comes to breaking through...
Mindset
Perseverance
Patience
Having the mind of Christ, meaning you're obedient in every part of life, you'll say like the Scripture: "With God, nothing is impossible!"

Your biggest breakthrough is often a process, and on occasion it's an event.
We expect it to happen in dramatic fashion. Perhaps we even wish it would happen that way.
We're in deep crisis in our lives. On our knees, tears flowing, hands white-knuckled in fervent prayer, we cry out to God for his intervention. We often expect a clap of thunder and lightning, a miracle of biblical proportions to occur in our lives.
And of course it's always possible for God to intervene in that way. But more often than not, t's the small, everyday breakthroughs that lead to our biggest breakthrough.
Hannah Keeley, as you'll recall from https://player.captivate.fm/episode/d994fa81-c706-48b4-a9ef-b589b597e58f (Episode 4), expected a miracle, and found it when she folded her laundry.
Not exactly Moses' parting of the Red Sea, is it? But it was a tiny shift in mindset that allowed Hannah - and all of us if we're open to it - to achieve the breakthrough we all desire.
A shift in mindset is the thing that will propel you to the next level, and it starts with the mundane things in life.
Allowing the body to recover from an injury in its own time (sorry old-timers, it takes more time the older you get)...
Remembering your spouse gets irritated when you squeeze the toothpaste from the middle, so you mindfully squeeze it from the bottom.
It's nothing that will make the evening news, but now you're in the right frame of mind to receive the abundance coming your way -- when the time is right.
Remember these 3 things when it comes to breaking through...
Mindset
Perseverance
Patience
Having the mind of Christ, meaning you're obedient in every part of life, you'll say like the Scripture: "With God, nothing is impossible!"

24 min