Where There's A Will There's A Way

Have you ever faced a challenged, an obstacle, a problem and because it seemed so monumental it felt like it was impossible to overcome. It was one of those gut checking, lose sleep over, can't think about anything else but the problem kind of deals. You weren't even sure if there was a way out. Your blood pressure went up, your heart raced, you just felt lost and couldn't understand how you got yourself into that predicament. I'm sure you remember the time.

I know you may be feeling that same anxiety all over again just thinking about it, so let's stop right here. The same feelings you felt then and you are feeling now is more problematic than the problem itself. When it takes over you like that your fear holds you hostage and even when the way out is right around the corner you get lost in the fog of fear.

Take a deep breath, ask God for focus. Ask God to help you see the solution and let go of the problem. We lost precious time and we spend even more time in the problem when remain problem oriented, rather than solution oriented. In fact, look in the mirror. Take a good look. What do you see? The person you see is the problem, but if you are focused on solutions then the person you see now becomes the solution. 

Where there is a will, there is a way.  Just the mere fact that you've gotten through those problems in the past and you have made it here to this point and time suggests that there's always an exit or a solution. Isn't the solution more important than the problem anyway?