Focus Enough to Get the Breakthrough You Want

Understanding the limitless nature of ideas contrasts sharply with the constraints of time, energy, and resources. Understanding this truth is critical for realizing one’s full potential in life. Focusing on what is truly important requires dedication and perseverance. Often, we underestimate the amount of focus and concentration required to make breakthroughs. By acknowledging our limitations and focusing our efforts, we gain the ability to make significant progress towards our goals. Embracing the discipline of concentrated effort allows us to navigate life’s complexities with clarity and purpose, ensuring that our actions are consistent with our goals.

Elijah’s persistent prayer for rain, recorded in 1 Kings 18:41-46, teaches us the value of concentration and focus. He clearly stated the expected outcome (rainfall!) and, despite the lack of results, he persisted, praying seven times before the rain came. Sometimes, our most important work is left unfinished due to distractions and a lack of focused contemplation. Many things out there only serve to draw our attention away from the task at hand. Let us, like Elijah, cultivate the discipline of concentrated effort, putting aside distractions to pursue our goals with unwavering determination.

Consider this: can you muster the focus and persistence of Elijah? Focused for seven hours, days, weeks, or even months for the breakthrough you desire? In a world filled with distractions and short attention spans, staying committed to the place of prayer, study, and meditation is paramount. Just as Elijah’s unwavering determination led to rain after seven rounds of earnest prayers, your steadfastness in seeking God’s guidance positions you to experience breakthroughs and get things done. You need to cultivate discipline to develop your mind and spirit, and increase your attention span. You are not focused enough for the big things you want to do.

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