There will always be walls between you and your promised land! It's just the way life is! Those walls will have to fall if you ever hope to get to your Promised Land.
There will be inner walls and there will be outer walls.
The inner walls are the ones no one else sees but they can entrap you and hold you hostage. You will have no shot at bringing down walls until these walls fall.
Inner walls can be constructed of shoddy materials such as guilt, shame, insecurity, feelings of inadequacy, self-doubts, addictions, unforgiveness, anger, vindictiveness, selfishness, fear, feelings of failure, negative parental messages or an attitude of arrogance.
Those are the walls to bring down first but they can be the hardest to fall. For many of these walls it will require extensive time in the Word and in prayer along with sound counselling from a trained godly counselor.
And then there are the outer walls that will have to fall. But until you tear down your inner walls you will have little success bringing down the outer walls.
Outer walls can be made of things like prejudice, intimidation, poverty, hatred and greed.
These walls are high, thick, strong and menacing. At times you wonder if they can really be brought down.
The truth is that the outer wall exists to force you to deal with your inner wall.
Some questions to consider when faced by your walls:
Has God promised to give me new territory?
Is He able to break down my walls?
Does His Word have promises that apply to my wall?
Will I believe His promises?
Will I pray and assault my wall with His promises?