on the door of an unjust judge.
Until he gave in and gave her justice.
How much more will our Father God, who loves us, give us when we ask?
How much more does he have waiting for us if we pray and never give up?
The parable of the Persistent Widow in Luke 18 changed my life. It’s the answer to the question, “What am I supposed to do?” when I’m stuck.
When I’m frustrated.
When all of the wrong answers are swirling around in my head.
Now, when I’m in those situations, I remember the Persistent widow and it reminds me that God has all of the right answers.
I just need to ask.
And keep asking.
Believing that he will answer.
Believing that he will guide me in the next step.
The good path.
Believing that I am his chosen one and he has great plans for me.
And it’s true.
As I persist in seeking God…
he always answers.
Because he loves me and only wants the best for me.
When I have something big going on – something scary – something overwhelming….
And I keep praying.
I have had some very memorable days which started in despair and fear and confusion but ended in peace with a plan and a smile because God answered my 200 prayers that day.
He didn’t change the situation. He changed my thinking, my perspective, my goal. He reminded me that he is in control.
He gave me just what I needed.
Thank you, Abba Father.