There is an old earthly saying that goes, "Keep On Truckin'."
That is pertinent psychology when you feel like life is getting too hard to handle. It may appear to be a defeatist attitude but it's really a twist of words encouraging a person to push through the current bad situation until you get to the other side of the bad circumstances and you are on top again. It's a faith statement, in fact.
You have said many times that you or another person just needed to walk through the bad situation with your eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of your faith. That is the same psychology, the same mental exercise encouraging a person to be single minded, keeping their eyes on Me, knowing that I have the way to escape the bad situation and I will provide it when you are staying in unity with Me instead of murmuring and griping like the Israelites did in the wilderness when they wandered lost for 40 years when the journey was only a short trek to the promised land.
"Keep on truckin'" is good advice because it connotes that there is a change in the situation around the corner and one must just single mindedly push toward the high prize, a reward for your faith.
When you have My life inside of you, you have the power to keep on truckin', or to keep the faith, knowing that My promises are guaranteed and the full culmination of them are truly on the horizon.
Rejoicing while you are "keeping on truckin'" will make you a happy traveler, a joyful trucker, willing to take the high road onto the guaranteed abundant life where all of your prayers are answered.
Praying and walking in the Spirit are the ways which enable you to be able to keep your eyes on the road ahead, not looking to the right or to the left for answers, but keeping your eyes Me and the end prizes which are My blessings in your life.
Hebrews 12:1-2; I Corinthians 10:1-13; Philippians 3:13-20; Ephesians 3:14-20; Deuteronomy 5:31-33.