So...Niagara Falls and faith.
What do they have to show us? I am taking (and editing) a version of this story from Dr. Ray Pritchard of Keep Believing Ministries.
After finding no takers, Blondin then offered to carry a man across on his back. No one would take him up on the offer until finally his manager, Harry Colcord, volunteered his services. He became the only man to ever be carried, piggyback, on a tightrope over Niagara Falls. Blondin told his manager that he shouldn't look down or try to balance. And that if he tried to do these things, they would both fall to their death.
The story goes that when they got to the first guy wire (a stabilizer for the tight rope), it broke, as did the second one. Blondin had to put Colcord down five times while on a two inch rope suspended over the gorge. When they got to the other side the crowd was pressing in so tightly that Blondin had to charge them at a run to clear the side of the cliff.
Believing was thinking that he could do it. Faith is getting on his back and letting him carry you. That is what Jesus is asking us to do.
Be blessed, knowing that He will willingly carry us if we'll let him!