Who is Wilma Rudolph? Most folks would not easily recognize the name and would have to look it up to learn who she is. Wilma was born in 1941 as the 20th of 22 siblings. She was born premature and would go on to be diagnosed with polio affecting her right leg to the point she would have to wear a special brace and shoe through the age of 9 years old. What makes her special is her determination never to settle and never give up. Despite her handicap, she fought to walk and use her right leg despite the leg brace and special shoe she wore. Her parents though poor did all they could to help her stay determined and encouraged. Wilma would go on to develop her leg to the point of being able to walk and run without the need of a brace, She would go on to become a high school basketball star and go on to win medals in two olympics. Her "never give up" attitude reflects the perspective we all need to take when presented with an obstacle in life seemingly impossible to overcome.
Christ teaches us that all things are possible for those who love the Lord; that greater is He that is in us, then he that is in the world; and that we abide in Him and His word abides in us, we can ask for the desires of our heart and He will provide them. If we are abiding by His word, we will be in the right state of mind to know that nothing is impossible for our heavenly father and thus we will Never Give Up! Just a little advice to go!