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“What if it does?” my husband asked, walking through the front door one day.

“What do you mean?” I questioned. 

“What if it all works out?” he asked and smiled. 

I stared at him for a good minute before answering. Was he serious? I thought to myself. My mind flashed to a conversation I’d had with a close friend earlier that week:

“What if others think I’m crazy?” she asked. 

“Well, they might,” I began, adjusting the phone to my ear. “But if God is leading you somewhere else, does the ‘What if?’ even matter?” My words mocked me now. 

What if I fail?

What if I can’t survive?

What if I don’t make it?

What if this or that goes wrong?

What if it does?

What if it doesn’t?

What if. What if? What if?

The questions filled my mind. The overwhelming amount of tears blurred my vision. Something within tugged my heart. What if it does?

If you’re in a “What if it does?” situation in your life—whether in your career, marriage, or another adventure—I encourage you to hold on, remain steadfast, and cling to hope. 

Here are five steps how: