"Breakthroughs and miracles are always performed when there’s lack of evidence".
“As the Lord your God lives, I do not have bread, only a handful of flour in a bin, and a little oil in a jar; and see, I am gathering a couple of sticks that I may go in and prepare it for myself and my son, that we may eat it, and die.” And Elijah said to her, “Do not fear; go and do as you have said, but make me a small cake from it first, and bring it to me; and afterward make some for yourself and your son. For thus says the Lord God of Israel: ‘The bin of flour shall not be used up, nor shall the jar of oil run dry, until the day the Lord sends rain on the earth.’” So she went away and did according to the word of Elijah; and she and he and her household ate for many days. The bin of flour was not used up, nor did the jar of oil run dry, according to the word of the Lord which He spoke by Elijah. 1 Kings 17:12-16
Your breaking point is the entrance point of your breakthrough, your miracle. Breakthroughs and miracles are always performed when there’s lack is evident. Often times we want to throw in the towel at our breaking point, when the pressure and deadlines are upon us heavy. The widow at Zarephath had checked out, threw in the towel and was going to prepare the last supper for her and her son to eat and then die. But Elijah told her to make him a cake first, then make some for yourself and your son and she did according to the word of Elijah. She and her household ate for many days, the flour nor the oil ran dry.
Jesus fed five thousand with fives loaves of bread and two fish, not to include women and children, all were filled and there were twelve baskets of food left over. God can do a lot with a little, we often take notice of the little, our lack that’s has us at a breaking point. Notice the widow at Zarephath made meals out of something that wasn’t enough and Jesus took the five loaves of bread and two fish and gave thanks for what He had in His hands, which wasn’t enough. Our breaking point is the set up for the breakthrough! We have to learn to give thanks for what we do have, though it might not be enough Selah!