For whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world: and this is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith. 1 John 5:4
Our faith is strong enough to overcome any thing that the world may throw our way. Consider the story of Joshua and Caleb. After spying out the land promised by God to the Children of Israel in Numbers 13, ten of the spies sent by Moses said that they would not be able to take the land God had promised to give the Hebrews while Joshua and Caleb said that they were able to take it (Numbers 14:6-8). Additionally, the millions of people that Moses led out of Egypt towards the Promised Land also complained and doubted that God would give them the land since there were giants in the land (Numbers 14:1-4). What does this story represent? Joshua and Caleb represent two people that were strong enough to stand in opposition to the world as they knew it. The millions of Israelites that doubted can represent the world and Joshua and Caleb can represent the person that is courageous enough to stand in faith against the masses. Consequently, Joshua and Caleb were the only ones of that generation to enter the Promised Land. So what does this mean to you? Whatever God has promised you, stand in faith until you see the manifestation of it. It does not matter if everyone in the world says that it is impossible. Remember that “with God all things are possible” (Matthew 19:26).