You can do anything you put your mind to and God gives you the desire to do. I know this because I can too. I got that I formation from a reliable source, the Bible. Our wills are extraordinary and based largely on our faith and beliefs. The will is the driver. The will can take us places our body should not even be able to go based on the laws of nature because our wills are a part of our soul, spirit and body, the driver in charge of all those components of you. Those who have heard from trusted ones that they are unable to do certain things or have told themselves they can’t because their own fears usually fulfill that expectation within themselves. They have let that ugly false message penetrate their will so their driver is handicapped, limited. Now if we feed even a damaged driving will the right food and exercise it (with faith and truth and hope and love and the fruits of the Spirit), that will can be restored to full capacity and mountains can be climbed or moved as the need arises. Nothing can stop it. Even God attends to the faith in our wills. This free will was His gift to us as He designed us all in our mom’s tummies. The will is the life force. The will, because it is in charge of body, soul and spirit of us, can trump all of those. This is why a mom can lift a car her daughter is pinned under, a person can delay their death u til that important conversation happens, a person can live through the horrors of a concentration camp, I survived a rather danger filled childhood. The will can be taught truth through Bible reading and prayer and focus on God’s goodness and love. It can also grow through great hardship and pain, which tests and builds faith, its key component. The restored and strengthened will can then take you anywhere to do anything God gives you the desire to do. I am honored and blessed to have an amazing legacy of missionaries in my family. They have written some of their stories down for me to grow from. But I think my faith is strongest because of my Dad and amazing few family members who decided from my birth to pray for me and my faith to grow. God honors prayers. No doubt whatsoever. God also honors faith. When he sees a humble person with a will filled with or possessing even a small amount of faith, wanting to do something, He honors that desire and helps, no matter what realm the operation or mission is in. God pours into us when we use our wills of faith for good or for worship. A cautionary tale, the will can be suppressed and weakened by inactivity. A lack of working on the faith or strength or truth or moral character of our will is a strong step toward mediocrity and complaisancy, which can be seen everywhere we look. A lack of growth is a huge step backward not just coasting. Funny thing that. The will has too much enormous potential to let that happen. Strengthen the will and faith and you can change the world. Work a bit harder and you can change you. Never, even with the strongest will can you change someone who has set their will against you. God is still the only One who can do that.