What is it that we need…to be able to break through every single setback?
The answer is a breakthrough hope. It is the kind of hope that keeps looking for the blessing.
Have you given up on looking for your blessing? If you can lift both hands up in surrender, you can still hope to find what God has for you! In any circumstance you are in, He has provision for breakthrough. Through every bondage. Every defeat. Every desperation. Every setback.
Events that make you lose progress or keep you from gaining ground…problems that delay or stop progress…an interruption in progress…
Does any of this sound familiar?
Let me just explain the WHO that broke into my hopeless state years ago…when I lost expectation and optimism. When I didn’t have solutions, He was resolve. When I was slipping, He was firm and settled. When I couldn’t take another step, God stepped in. So I know something about Breakthrough Hope!! When I hit bottom, He was determined to do something. Let me encourage you right now. Lift your hands in surrender to Him. Tell Him you don’t know what to do. Tell Him you are asking for an answer- You’re looking for the blessings.
Just last week, I bowed my head in a doctor’s office. I said the prayer that I have encouraged you to pray. Honestly, I didn’t know there was another solution or answer to my problem because I’d been through all of them so I thought. But when the doctor came in, he brought up a plan that none of the other doctors mentioned doing. That’s what the Lord can do. He can bring up a whole new solution that you have never even heard of before! This time, things are going to change. This time, you’re not going home the same way. This time around, you can smile because hope just broke through. It busted up the setbacks. It plowed through the odds stacked up against you when you threw your hands up in surrender! It demolished what bound you as a slave.
GALATIANS 5:1 “It was for this freedom that Christ set us free (completely liberating us); therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject again to a yoke of slavery (which you once removed).