Mark 11:23

Moved by faith. Everyone has things that stop them. Everyone wants to get somewhere but something is standing in your way. So what do you do? Every problem is different and the things that stop you will be different from what stops me and the way to conquer the mountain will be different except when it comes to the faith department. Faith is the ultimate ideal to walk, talk and act in.

So often we can be looking with an optimistic view of the problem one day and then the next be in plunging despair over it. This is natural feelings about it and that's where we go wrong. Enthusiasm and even having a positive attitude about our mountain may do nothing but make us feel a bit happier or our problem a little less monumental in our eyes, but the real answer, just like Jesus told his disciples, was saying to the mountain words of faith. Those words have effect and power because the supernatural ingredient that is Spirit born faith is active in them.
Unless faith takes hold in our spirit, we can end up being like the wolf in the three little pigs story, who huffed and puffed as he tried to blow the brick house down and only succeeded in exhausting himself over it. We can achieve far more over our situations if we properly bring them to God and get into a real heart of faith.

Faith is a heart action that is inspired within us by hearing the word of God. It's not a mental resolve, a determination to succeed but a God inspired reality that this mountain is moving and comes from a revelation that God is God and nothing is impossible with him.
It also requires allied to our faith, action on our part. That's where determination comes in and a possible positive view emerges that we are going to shift this blockage out of our way.
It could be fear that stops you, or laziness, it could be many things that hold us back in multiple areas, but learning how to tackle and confront our Giants is a very important lesson to learn, so that we can deal with what life throws our way.

Giants have the nasty habit of turning up just when you feel your getting somewhere, and before you know it, you've been stopped in your tracks and are confronted with the problem of getting round, through or over it. Jesus said that if a man has faith the size of a grain of mustard seed, he would say unto this mountain be removed and thrown into the sea and it would obey and do it. The idea of a literal example of that happening would be quite something to watch! But Jesus was looking at us as his followers and teaching a tremendous lesson about faith at work in our hearts. Calling the impossible possible, the mountains overcome and the Giants defeated and slain.

King David confronting Goliath said to the giant, “You come against me with a sword and a spear but I come against you in the name of the Lord of Hosts”! He then goes on to graphically describe to said giant what was about to happen to him once he got ahold of him.
To those watching it may of appeared as if David had let go of his senses, taking on this monster that had withstood Israel for 40 long fearful days, but David knew his God! David had tested and proved his weapons in previous battles. David was certain of victory and David was anointed most importantly by the Holy Ghost!!!

The actions of David remind me of the same boldness that filled the hearts of the apostles on the day of Pentecost. The Spirit filled them and stirred them out of their fears and brought them immediately into action, boldly declaring the wonderful works of God.
God’s Spirit within us ignites faith, when our heart receives the living word of God. We also need to learn how to get into a heart of faith and how to take steps to defeat our problems.
David made definite steps to the goal of slaying his giant.

Trust me when I say that getting into a heart of faith IS NOT an IMPOSSIBLE GOAL!!! You can have (as Jesus pointed out) only a tiny amount of real faith, but from that you can see BIG RESULTS!!!!!!! In his name.