For he endured as seeing him who is invisible. Hebrews 11:27 (NKJV)
What have you set your gaze upon today? Have you set it on the difficult circumstances you are experiencing or have you set it upon God and what He has promised you? The eleventh chapter of Hebrews teaches us how Moses was able to leave the affluent and prestigious position he had in Egypt. By God's grace, he kept his eyes fixed on God and the promise God had spoken to Moses's heart that the people of Israel would be delivered from bondage in Egypt (Acts 7:25 NLT). This deliverance would not be the result of brute force or human effort (Acts 7:24), but the direct result of God's strong hand and intervention (Exodus 3:8). In fact, when God placed it in Moses's heart before he fled Egypt that God Himself "would deliver" the people of Israel it was a done deal and they were delivered! It was an accomplished fact in the sight of God and in the spirit realm!
In fact, right before Jesus died on the cross the Bible records that Jesus knew that all things were accomplished so He said, "It is finished" (John 19:28, 30 NKJV). In the natural realm, the cross initially looked like utter defeat to many. It did not "look" like the plan of salvation was finished, in fact, to Jesus's disciples it looked like the Lord had been defeated until He appeared to them on the third day. Nonetheless, the cross was a victory in the spirit realm securing the plan of salvation for the entire world (John 3:16) for those willing to receive it. That is the reason we don't move by what it "looks like" or what our five physical senses are telling us. The Bible puts it this way, "So we don't look at the troubles we can see now; rather, we fix our gaze on things that cannot be seen. For all the things we see now will soon be gone, but the things we cannot see will last forever" (2 Corinthians 4:18 NLT). Remember to set you sight on the things of God, His eternal promises, and not the difficult you are experiencing on today. His promises are certain to manifest in your life!