I understand it looks uncertain and there is no possible way it can work, just believe. I know it has never been done before, but just believe. I realize that few agree with you, but just keep believing.
I know that this is the hardest thing you have ever had to do, just believe. I know that you doubt yourself sometimes and it can be overwhelming, but just believe. I know you get frustrated, but just keep believing.
I know that you get tired and weary, just believe. I know you may want to give up and throw in the towel, but just believe. I know you feel unworthy and inadequate, but just keep believing.
Your belief and your unbelief are warring. The unbelief may always be present. As you offer your belief as a praise and lift your unbelief as a prayer, I will accept both as righteousness.
The father instantly cried out, ‘I do believe, but help me overcome my unbelief.’