If we aren't believing for the impossible, we have to ask if the present situation we are in needs any faith at all? Are we doing it all on our own?
I am going to share some more thoughts from Henry T. Blackaby's 2005 edition of the Experiencing God study. If you've never done this study or read the book by the same title, seriously consider getting a copy and reading it. It will change your life. So, here are the passages I want to share with you:
When God invites me to join Him in His work, He has a God-sized assignment for me.
If you can see clearly how something can be accomplished, more than likely faith is not required.
When God speaks He always reveals what He is going to do -- not what He wants us to do for Him.
What our world often is seeing in our day is a devoted, committed Christian serving God. But, they are not seeing God . . . Why, Because we are not attempting anything that only God can do.
The reason much of the world is not being attracted to Christ and His church is that God's people lack the faith to attempt those things that only God can do. If you or your church are not responding to God and attempting things that only He can accomplish, then you are not exercising faith."