The African impala can jump ten feet high and thirty feet long, yet it can be contained in a small enclosure with four-foot-high walls.
Because it will not jump if it cannot see where it’s going to land.
We have the same problem, don’t we?
We want a money-back guarantee before we take a leap of faith, but that eliminates faith from the equation.
We are called to ‘walk by faith, not by sight’
Now, imagine what went through Noah’s mind when God told him to build a boat in the middle of dry land?
Nobody had ever done it before.
How did he do it?
Answer: ‘Noah walked with God.’
Walking takes place step by step.
The trouble is, we want God to reveal the second step before we take the first step of faith. But until we take the first step, He won’t reveal the next step.
We’ve got to be obedient to the measure of revelation He has given us, if we want more of it.
That’s why we get stuck. We only want to follow to the point of precedence – the place where we have been before – but no farther.
We’re afraid of doing what we’ve never done before because it’s unfamiliar territory.
So we leave unclaimed the new gifts, new anointings, and new dreams God wants to give us.
You’ve got to push past the fear of the unknown. You’ve got to do something different.