Faith isn’t broken; you just need more than faith to make “it” happen. If you have listened to anyone, and I mean anyone, talk for any length of time you are sure to hear how they had faith for something that just did not work out as good or better than they had planned. Most commonly, failed relationships or unacceptable outcomes in any other area of life have given the notion of faith-based anything a questionable reputation. More accurately faith is viewed as working for some and not for others. Faith is defined as a trust or complete confidence in someone or something and is often heralded as working for some and not for others. I have spent countless hours investigating the problem surrounding the idea of “ I guess my faith wasn’t strong enough” and came to realize that actually our faith is strong, 100 proof, but it is compounded by a universal problem: renewing your mind is hard, real hard. If we are solely relying on faith to manifest our heart’s desires it is important to understand and respect just how difficult it is to pour new wine into old wineskins without losing the entire batch of freshly stomped grapes. We have to break the mold that held together our old less desirable situation and develop a new pattern of thinking that is capable of containing the rich new flavor of something better.