You don’t have to figure out how it’s going to happen. It may not work on paper; there may not be a logical solution. In the natural, you don’t see a way, but that’s not your job; your job is to believe.
Proverbs 3:5 says, “Lean not on your own understanding.” There are times when your mind will tell you all the reasons why it’s not going to happen. But this is where faith comes in. You have to say, “God, I believe You’re bigger than what the facts say. I don’t see a way, but I know You have a way.”
The scripture says, “Jesus went about doing good, healing all that were sick.” The first thing Jesus did before healing, before ministering or before delivering was to be good to people. Don’t ask, “What can you do for me?” but rather, “What can I do for you?”
The scripture says in Titus 3:5, “God saved us, not because of the good things we did, but because of His mercy.” If it were only dependent on living a perfect life, always doing what’s right, many of us wouldn’t be here. His mercy is not based on our performance.