Philippians 4:13 (NKJV)
Normally, when people set goals, they will do everything they can to achieve that goal. It is not hard to get someone to do something that they are highly motivated to do, no matter how difficult that thing might be. But, if you ask someone to do something that they are not interested in, or something they do not enjoy, then that is a different story, even if you offer to assist them in doing what needs to be done. It is possible for that person to do the thing; they are just not willing to do it.
There are many Christians who like Philippians 4:13 where it talks about how we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us, but I sometimes wonder if people really believe that, because it sometimes depends on the circumstance and situation in what they are doing. Christians will talk about doing all things through Christ when it is something they are already interested in doing. But does Philippians 4:13 only apply to God helping us do the things we already want to do?
It is not hard to talk about doing all things through Christ when we are talking about the goals and dreams we have. But what about getting involved in something in our local church that, while we are able to do it, we do not really want to do; is that something that we then cannot do through Christ? Do we allow our personality and our likes and dislikes to be our boundaries, or through Christ can we overcome those things to do whatever we need to do for God? We can do all things through Christ, even if it is not our favorite thing, as long as it is part of God's plan for our life.