Do you ever feel like your dream will never come true? The obstacles just won’t budge. You can’t seem to win your spiritual battle, no matter how much you pray and pray and pray. And you feel like you are losing hope. Perhaps you need a breakthrough.
Breakthrough was first used as a military term to signify an offensive thrust past the defensive lines of warfare. The word entered the realm of common speech during the technological age, often used to describe a sudden discovery or invention. Breakthroughs usually occur only after repeated failures.
Think about it. Thomas Edison tried unsuccessfully over ten thousand times before his final breakthrough invention of the electric light bulb. The Wright brothers experienced hundreds of crashes before their breakthrough in flight. And countless scientists performed endless experiments before breakthroughs in DNA research. Continue reading