The Bible says whatsoever a man confesses in faith he shall receive (Matt. 21:21). It was not David’s victory over Goliath that catapulted him into public notice but his bold confession in the face of an obvious threat to his life. He overcame by the testimony of his mouth (Rev. 12:11). In giving his testimony, he applied his will of God (1 Samuel 17:37). As members of the household of faith, whenever you are facing difficult situations in which it seems there is no future, you should learn to use your weapon of testimony and confession of what the Lord has done in the past and what He is able to do in the circumstance. This would give you strength to face the situation.