Helping Families by Tearing Down Walls

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Understanding Breakthroughs

Faith Breakthroughs Defined

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Since Walls are unhealthy mindsets, the solution will involve adopting healthy mindsets. It’s a process that will take place inside of us.

 

Once you understand what Walls are made of, the definition of Faith Breakthroughs becomes easy to understand: 

 

A Faith Breakthrough is the process of moving past your Wall by discovering, choosing, and sharing God’s promises.

 

Of course, we need to view Faith Breakthroughs in two ways:

 

-       First, since all of us face Walls, we all need to pursue the power of a Faith Breakthrough for ourselves.

 

-       Second, every parent must lead their children on a pathway toward experiencing Faith Breakthroughs in their own lives. 

 

In Romans 12:2, we are encouraged to be transformed by renewing our minds.  Choosing not to conform to the pattern of this world is not a matter of breaking bad habits. It’s about being transformed by changing how we think. The goal is not to fix our circumstances, but for us to know God and become more like Jesus.  As Paul said in 1 Corinthians 2:16, one of the gifts of salvation is “the mind of Christ.”

 

In 2 Peter 1:3-4 we discover the essential principles about overcoming Walls:

 

By his divine power, God has given us everything we need for living a godly life. We have received all of this by coming to know him, the one who called us to himself by means of his marvelous glory and excellence. 4 And because of his glory and excellence, he has given us great and precious promises. These are the promises that enable you to share his divine nature and escape the world’s corruption caused by human desires.

 

Notice that, at the very end of verse 4, we are told why the blessings God gives us are so critical: they help us escape the world’s “corruption” – bad behavior, compromise, and even outside circumstances.  Notice that these begin with “human desires” – unhealthy mindsets.  Are you noticing a pattern? 

 

God wants us to experience the thrill of living by faith – of walking in the promises He has made us, and changing our minds in the areas where we have been emotionally and spiritually stuck. 

 

Isn’t it time for you to experience a Faith Breakthrough?

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The spiritual barriers people face are countless, but they can be categorized into Eight Primary Walls. These walls correlate with the 8 primary breakthroughs that everyone needs.
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When I am facing a difficult situation, I feel like I can solve problems on my own.
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I question why God allowed certain things to happen in my life.
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I spend too much of my energy pursuing material things.
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I think God cares about the details of my life.
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I try to avoid temptations that would bring me harm.
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It humbles me to think I can know God.
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When bad things happen, I wonder if God can make things better.
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I look forward to good things in my future.
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When bad things happen, I feel like I am getting what I deserve.
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I feel strong relationships are hard, but worth it.
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I feel with God's help, I can face any situation.
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I am grateful for the things I have been given.
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I have been wronged in the past in a way I cannot get over.
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People would describe me as a giving person.
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I worry that God is angry with me.
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I worry about the problems that the future holds.
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I feel there is a disconnect between who I really am and how I act in front of other people.
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I know a lot of people, but don't feel very close to many people.
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I believe God wants what is best for me.
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I believe God is loving and kind.
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I believe truth is the same for everyone.
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I am intentionally seeking to grow in my relationships with others.
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I find myself drawn to things I know are bad for me.
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I don't believe anyone can ever know what is absolutely true.
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The possibility of gaining a good friend is worth the risk.
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I tend to expect the worst to happen.
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I am willing to serve others for nothing in return.
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I feel compelled to make the world around me better.
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I believe the Bible has answers for today's circumstances.
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I am confident God has forgiven me for my past.
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I think that God will meet all my needs.
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My faith practices are more about routine than relationship.
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I have to guard against judging people when I learn they are dealing with tough circumstances.
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I find myself more focused on the things I don't have but wish I did.
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I am so busy that I find myself ignoring the most important things in my life.
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I am willing to sacrifice immediate gratification for something better down the road.
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People who have hurt me in the past cause me to avoid some relationships today.
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I have witnessed things that make me wonder if God is in control.
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When looking back on my life, I tend to focus on all of the things I did wrong.
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I am amazed at God's power.
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I have a hard time trusting people.
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I feel I can turn to God for direction.
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I believe in an all-powerful, all-knowing God.
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I observe things that make me wonder if I should believe the Bible.
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It troubles me that God has not answered my prayers.
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I believe God loves me in spite of who I am.
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I have too many of my own problems to deal with the problems of others.
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I believe God is willing and able to answer my prayers.
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