You have to be honest with yourself. It’s easy to ignore things, make excuses. You may need to confront pride, confront a bad attitude, confront compromise. Maybe you need to apologize to someone. You need to make things right. The longer you put it off, the longer you’re wandering. To go in the Promised Land, you have to be willing to deal with things that you know are limiting you. The Psalmist said, “God, keep me from lying to myself.” That’s a powerful prayer. Sometimes we don’t want to pray it. We want to keep things hidden. We don’t want to deal with things that are uncomfortable. But it’s much better to be open and honest. “God, show me areas that I need to change. Not my spouse; I have a list of forty-three things they need to do. Not my cousin, not my child, but where do I need to come up higher?” When you live out of a place of humility and you’re willing to deal with things that God brings to light, there’s no limit to how high God will take you.