We all have had the sense at one time or another that life is “not the way it is supposed to be.” Maybe it’s because of our circumstances, or our relationships, or a sense of futility in our work, or even a general lack of purpose. But ultimately we realize that “something is not right” in our world. Life has the potential to be more than it is. We have the potential to be more than we are. Something stands in the way, blocking us from the life we were intended to live. There are “Walls” that keep us from experiencing all the potential that awaits us.
Walls are unhealthy mindsets that keep us from life as God intended.
Notice the word “mindset” in that definition. It is very important! While Walls are revealed by how we respond to circumstances, Walls are NOT the circumstances themselves. For example, I may have a difficult situation at my job that leaves me feeling very anxious. Or you may have a neighbor who makes you constantly angry. Yet the “Walls” are not my job, or your neighbor.
Rather, we have unhealthy patterns of thinking (mindsets) that cause us to respond as we do.
No longer must we travel through life, separated from God and the life He intends for us to live, because of Walls. Our lives are full of invisible barriers: walls between men and God, walls between church and home life, and walls between ourselves and other people. But Christ’s work of redemption destroyed those barriers once and for all.
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