Try to picture this scene. There is a huge valley, a plain and it is covered in old bones. The bones are obviously dead and have been dead for a long time. This valley was a place of death, a place with absolutely NO LIFE. Even the bones probably killed any life underneath them that had been there before (like grass, foliage).
When God took Ezekiel to this valley the bones had been there for years and years and years -- forgotten by all, visited by none. But God hadn't forgotten them. He is aware of everything. These bones were useless to humanity. These bones were a wasteland.
There was no hope for these bones. They were hopeless.
But with God even hopeless isn't hopeless.
If you read this chapter in Ezekiel (and I recommend you do) God asks Ezekiel if the bones can live. Ezekiel answers, "O LORD GOD, Thou knowest."
God knows your situation too. God knows how you feel.
Do you have a hopeless situation?
It isn't hopeless with God.
If God can make a bunch of dead bones come to life (and He does later in the chapter -- He even puts flesh and skin on them, breath in them -- God never does anything the cheap way), He can bring life into your situation whatever it is.
We gotta believe and let Him work. Believe expectantly. Expect God to act. Expect God to come through. He will. Keep on waiting. Don't give up.