All things are possible - just because you don't see a way that doesn't mean one does not exist.
Abraham's analogy is a good one to remember when you can't see how things will work out for you:
Imagine that you look out of a window of a tall building on a clear day and you can see see all the streets for miles around. The next day you look out of the same window, but there is a heavy fog and you can't see a thing. It feels as if the city no longer exists. It feels as if nothing is out there. But you know that that is not possible, you know that all the streets are still there.