Well, that's the way faith is. "Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." As long as you set your faith on it, and then anchor to it, you're coming to it. No matter if you can't see it, or not, you know it's there anyhow. You're tugging at it, and it's pulling you. And any man that's ever done anything worthwhile, has set a goal, and then been persistent, perseverant, to make that: great men.
George Washington, "the father of our nation," is called, when he come to Valley Forge. After all night in prayer, until he was wet with the snow, up above his hips, kneeling in the snow, the next morning he crossed Delaware, full of ice. Why? He was perseverant. He had the answer. Nothing is going to stand in his way. Although three or four busket… musket bullets went through his coat, but it never hurt him. He try… He wanted to achieve something, and he had prayed through on it, and he was perseverant. Nothing stood in his way.
William Branham, Sermon "Perseverance"