We all have seemingly insurmountable problems. Many of them have no logical solution. Here's a typical example:
John earns $65,000 annually. His minimal living expenses total $70,000. He already owes $40,000, and he foresees his debt increasing by $5000 per year, even before considering the interest he'll have to pay. According to logic, John has no hope; if he views his own situation from "logical" eyes, then he's a candidate for despair, depression, and even worse. He may come to the point where he won't even be able to earn his $65,000 any more, and then his situation will become much worse.
John is undergoing a spiritual test: He now has the option of succumbing to negative thoughts of hopelessness; in such a situation, his life becomes imbearable. On the other hand, he has the option of believing that The Almighty runs the universe, and that there is no situation in the world that warrants despair. Why? The Almighty can send John, or anyone else, a myriad of solutions, which we call a "personal salvation" - financial or otherwise - at any given moment, via an untold number of messengers or circumstances that a human imagination can't even fathom. Nothing is beyond G-d's capabilities.
In a seemingly no-win situation, our job is to strengthen ourselves in emuna. Here's what we need to tell ourselves: "Hashem has put me in a difficult situation because He loves me, and He wants me to call out to Him in prayer. He wants me to trust Him, and not to trust my boss, the bank manager, my own feeble mind, or anyone else. He wants me to strengthen my faith in Him, and believe that He will surely help me." As soon as we choose the faith option, a miraculous personal salvation is close by. For The Almighty, miracles are natural.
The emuna option turns defeat into victory, and despair into joy. Try it. No-win situations are the story of our people. King Solomon promises that we'll have the last laugh, vatischak leyom acharon...
Have a sweet, worry-free weekend.