In our self-determining society, we place great emphasis on our own will-power. We believe we can do anything we put our mind to—until we collide with the impossible. Our “impossible” does not have to be Mount Everest; it can be as simple as raising a strong-willed child. Your “impossible” could be a loved one addicted to drugs or alcohol. Maybe you’re facing a dire financial situation, a medical calamity, or an unjust trial.
The odds are stacked against you; no amount of will-power is enough…
What do you cling to when the outcome feels impossible?
Who do you run to?
How do you survive “the impossible” with your faith intact?
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