Getting Your (Spiritual) Breakthrough

Later tonight, I’m hosting a private mastermind.

The topic?

Breakthrough through the three big barriers in life.

The thing that keeps most people stuck and stopped is fear.

Here’s how to overcome it:

You have been trained and conditioned in fear, lies, and limitations about who you are and what you can do.

This fear mindset rises to challenge your faith and magnify the obstacles when you are confronted with circumstances, opportunities, and changes in life.

If you want to transform your life and gain greater income, freedom, etc., you must learn to confess the truth, resist lies and act boldly in every situation.

You do this by renewing your mind.

Regardless of what you believe, the highest opinion of you is what God says about you.  His view of you and His promise to love, forgive, direct, empower, and provide for you is superior to your past, weakness, strength, failures, success, and the opinions of others.

Begin by gathering information about what God says about you, then confess these truths in a daily dialogue with the Spirit in you.

Notice the difference in what I just said. Most people teach “confession” as a way of convincing yourself to think or behave differently. This rarely works.

What you must do instead is recognize that you have the power of God in you to accomplish what is needed.

He is the power that transforms you versus your own will power.

When you acknowledge, confess, and thank God for these biblical truths in your day-to-day life, you will begin to experience them. Now, it’s important to understand that there will be a fight.  You are deeply attached to the old you, and there is very real spiritual and emotional oppression all around you.

But if you confess the truth and act boldly in the daily moments of your life, you will get a breakthrough.

Prayer Focus: To develop the courage to come to God based on who He says I am versus my weakness and failures.

Notes for Action: Find at least 3 scripture promises that you can use to fight with. Look up topics at  Write out each scripture on a piece of paper and tape them to your computer so you can see them daily, or put them on index cards to carry around with you.

For example, when you feel fearful, confess 2 Timothy 1:7, “You have not given me a spirit of fear but of power and love and a sound mind. Thank You for releasing power and love and a sound mind in me right now.”


Ramon Williamson