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Keep praying! Don’t give up!

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Man-Praying-390x250Persistence in prayer is a demonstration of your faith in God.

I really believe this post is specifically written to encourage you to keep praying; keep believing and trusting in the faithfulness and unconditional love of God to change your situation and/or change you concerning your situation.

One of the greatest parables Jesus taught on persistence in prayer is found in Luke 18:1-8.  If you read the parable, it reminds us that sometimes it appears that the unjust has the upper hand and is in control of all that concerns you– your well-being.  Not so! It’s important to know the will of God concerning you.  For example, the widow understood that her well being was God’s will for her…that she should be taken care of.  She also understood that the judge was out of the will of God where justice was concerned.  He was unjust because he was not accountable to God for administering justice as ordained by God.

My encouragement to you is persist in prayer regardless of how it appears to be no change; but above all seek to know God’s will concerning you and your situation.  Question: Are you the elect of God?  Then know that God hears and answers…trust Him to be faithful.  Reread the parable in Luke 18:1-8; meditate on it and let the Holy Spirit minister to you.

Remember, your persistence in prayer is a demonstration of your faith in God.

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