The other night, we were driving to dinner, and their house was way out where there are no street lights. Like way out where they lived on a dirt road. Once we turned off the main highway, we needed to use our high beams to see better. For some reason, we couldn't figure out how to get them to work. We flipped every switch, pushed every button, and twisted every nob, but we still couldn't find how to turn them on. So we spent a good while only being able to see about 10 feet in front of us. I wouldn't recommend doing that, but don't worry, we eventually found out how to turn the high beams on.
Relating this experience to us, we're all driving in the dark through life so to speak. We can see a few feet in front of us, but never the whole picture. We can't let that keep us from continuing to move. We'll find that as we push forward, God will give us more vision. That's the only way to see more of the picture. We know from Paul, we are supposed to "walk by faith, not by sight." (2 Cor. 5:7). When we have that mind set, we'll be able to fight through the night to the bright, white light (rhymes!). Just as the wise men were guided by the star of Bethlehem, we will be guided by the light of Christ. God will never leave us in the dark. So find the faith inside to press forward and finish. You will become firmer in your faith, deeper in desire, tougher in testimony.