Have you ever encountered an obstacle that seemed unsurmountable? Its called “hitting the wall.” What’s been your wall?
Statistics was the wall I came up against, a paper I had to pass to qualify for a Diploma of Business. We had four weeks to complete it. I just couldn’t do it, I hadn’t been able to understand maths since the age of ten. When I prayed about it, I knew I had to “throw my heart over the bar”.
Years before, I had won a major spiritual battle against bad thoughts. After I’d got rid of the worry and hate, God wanted me to fill my mind with positive thoughts, so I read a book my Norman Vincent Peale, “The power of positive thinking.”
One of the things Norman Vincent Peale said was this;
“Throw your heart over the bar and your body will follow. Throw your faith over your difficulty, throw your affirmation over every barrier, throw your visualisation over your obstacles. Fire the heart with where you want to go and what you want to be. Get it so deeply fixed in your unconscious that you will not take no for an answer, then your entire personality will follow where your heart leads.”
It reminds me of a scene from the movie “An Officer and a Gentleman” that came out in 1982 with the hit song “Up where we belong.” Anyway, the scene I am talking about is where the only female cadet on the course has a wall she has to scale. The hero wouldn’t let her give up. He coached her over the wall; “Walk the wall! Seeger! Seeger, walk! Seeger! Don’t you let go! You walk that wall! Pull! Pull! Pull, Candidate Seeger!”
Have you ever hit the wall? If you can’t seem to get over, consult God before you give up. He will know whether you can do it or not. He and my husband helped me scale the wall, just like the hero in the movie.
Did I pass Statistics at College? I did, I never used it in my business – but I have used Statistics in a major revelation about the 153 fish.