Persistence In Prayer

Luke 18:1-8

Persistence in prayer is praying until you have the answer or request you are seeking from God.

It is continuing to pray until you sense a release in your spirit that God is intervening on your behalf and granting your request, coming back to Him day after day until you have the petition you have desired of Him. Bible speaking in, James 5:16 (AMP)  “The earnest (heartfelt, continued) prayer of a righteous man makes tremendous power available [dynamic in its working].” Also in Jeremiah 32:27 it says The Lord is the God of all flesh, and there’s nothing too difficult for Him to do. He is the God of possibilities, and He has given you the power of attorney to use the Name of Jesus and effect the changes you desire by persisting in Prayer. So only those who persist in Prayers,  prevail in life. You have a glorious destiny; to attain that glorious destiny you need to contend for it through persistence in prayer. You can bring forth divine secrets regarding your family, business, education, and all that concerns you, when you pray fervently in the spirit. In Genesis 32:22-31 Jacob was on his way back home to face his brother Esau whom he had deceived some twenty years prior. His fear and anxiety of seeing Esau again caused him to wrestle with God in prayer until God blessed him. God is searching for those from among His people who will do just that. This type of persistent praying doesn’t come easy. It is the one who “stirs up himself to take hold of God .” Will you be one of those who stirs up himself to lay hold of God in stubborn and persistent praying like Jacob did, refusing to let go of Him until you see the results you are seeking of Him. Prayer is one of the most important rights God  has given to you as His child. Prayer is the breath of the regenerated spirit. 

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There is always a word from God for every situation, and He is always ready to answer your prayers when you did not give up on Him. Remain persistence in Prayer until you get what you need.

 

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