Luke 18:1 (NET) Then Jesus told them a parable to show them they should always pray and not lose heart.
Sandra had prayed over her health condition for months, but it did not appear there was any improvement. She had read many faith-building books and believed that God would heal her, but it seemed that her prayers were not getting answered. She started losing heart and her faith started to wane. But one morning, she was listening to an audio Bible when she heard the word of the Lord in today’s Bible verse. At that moment, she decided not to give up but to persist in prayer until she saw what God had promised her. That was exactly what happened. After the sixteenth month of continuing to believe in the Lord for her healing, she was completely healed of a medical condition that had no cure.
If all prayers were answered immediately, the Lord would not have needed to teach us the lesson of Luke 18:1-8. Sometimes, for certain spiritually legal reasons, answers to prayers may tarry, and if we will get them, we would need to tarry in prayer.
The most important fight you would have to fight in this life is the fight of faith (1 Timothy 6:12). Without your faith, you’re nothing (Heb 11:6). When people stop praying the way they always used to, it is an indication that their faith is waning.
Today, remember that “though it tarries, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry” (Hab 2:3). As long as your faith does not wane, you will see the hand of God.
—Abraham Damilola Arigi
Yearly Bible Reading: Deuteronomy 29-31 (In Devotional Audio)
Audio Bible credit: Bible Experience, Zondervan
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