Sometimes troubles might be overwhelming, but there is hope. The exceeding great power of God is toward us who believe (Ephesians 1:19,20). The same power of God that raised Jesus from the dead is available to raise you out of whatever you are in. Your problems can't keep you down, you too shall rise out of whatever you are in. The same power that raised Jesus and sat him at God's right hand also raised us up together with him and made us sit together with him (Ephesians 2:6). And that's the power God's wants us to walk in.God raised us up and sat us in a position of authority in Christ. So when you exercise your authority God backs it with his power. But, you can't focus on your problem and walk in that power. Like Peter walking on the water as long as he focused on Jesus he stayed above the trouble, but when he focused on the wind and waves he began to sink into the troulbe (Matthew 14:25-32). Notice the power was there to keep him above the trouble in victory over the storm, but when his focus shifted he stopped walking in that power that was there for him to walk in victory. Focus on God and his power and see him as He is bigger than your problem. What you focus on you magnify.That's why the scripture says-our affliction will be light and for a moment while we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen (2Corinthians 4:17,18). Your troubles don't have to be a dwelling place, but a pit stop. Have you ever seen car races, when they have car trouble they pull into the pit stop and they take care of the problem and they're back in the race. They don't stay there his team starts working and they take care of what's wrong and then he back off again. You have a team of God, Jesus, the Holy Ghost, and angels ready to take care of the problem. Don't let your problems take you out of lifes race, let your team take care of the problem.