Do not equate difficult with impossible. You can do the difficult. (Tom Kight)

He says, “Higher levels of difficulty simply require deeper levels of commitment.” Some of us give up pretty quickly when we’re faced with a difficulty, whether it’s an obstacle in our path, a mental problem we can’t resolve, or just a decision we’re struggling with. To overcome those issues, as Kight suggests, we may only have to make a firm commitment and keep working at it.

Commit your actions to the Lord, and your plans will succeed. (Proverbs 16:3)