Posted by: Pure Glory | 11/11/2018

God Answers The Persistent Seekers!

by Hazel Straub

If God said it would be done, it will happen! Consistently and persistently with faith, ask for what God has promised. Do not give up because there has been delay. Delay is not denial. It is time to see fulfillment for the persistent. God never changes and loves to answer prayers!

“Ask, and the gift is yours. Seek, and you’ll discover. Knock, and the door will be opened for you. For every persistent one will get what he asks for. Every persistent seeker will discover what he longs for. And everyone who knocks persistently will one day find an open door.” (Matthew 7:7-8 TPT)

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  1. Amen!

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  2. Amen. Thanks for reminding me God is never too busy and He hears each one of us.

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    • You are welcome! Yes, God wants to dialogue with us. He wants to show us his love and care.

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  3. Needed to hear that, delay is not denial.

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  4. We must be persistent in our prayers! Far too many folks tend to think of God as some sort of’easy button’ in the sky and that by simply asking Him He will grant every whim. Persistent prayer is faith in action.
    However, we must all realize that sometimes the answer to our prayers is no. When this occurs, we must trust in the sovereignty, wisdom and authority of God, knowing that what He deems is always best.

    blessings,
    Chuck

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    • Chuck, sometimes God says no. But if we pray according to his promises in his Word, for instance praying for someone to be saved, it will happen because it is his will happen! There is a difference in praying according to his promises in his Word. He is not a button to be pushed.

      Blessings,
      Hazel

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  5. This is a wonderful message xo

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  6. Turning to God in persistent prayer is the only way to deal with the false promises being made by our commercialized society, whose number one falsehood is that we can buy happiness through the acquisition of material goods.

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    • True! Persistent prayer brings the truth. Thank you Peter for your insightful comment.

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  7. Thank you for this word of encouragement. As you said, delay is not denial and persistence is necessary.

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    • You are welcome, Beverley! Yes, God hears and answers persistent prayer.

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  8. Amen! Thank You, Lord!

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  9. So absolutely true! He is unstoppable.

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    • Yes, and God requires us to be persistent in knocking, so we will see our answers in due season! God is unstoppable.

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  10. Delay is not denial and failure is not final! Bless you and may God fulfil his promises to you as you persist lovely Hazel. Lots of love, L

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    • Yes! God wants us to keep expecting! I receive your blessing, Lauren. Lots and overflowing love, Hazel

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  11. Reblogged this on Eric Michel Ministries International.

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  12. Yes, I think that most of us just casually pray for things and except answers, and most of the time nothing ever happens. It is only when I delved into God’s Word, and continually prayed to Him morning, night and in between, it is only then that I found God revealing Himself to me in many beautiful ways. I realized that God is really here, not far away, and that He is interested in every aspect of my life. That was the beginning of my relationship with God.

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    • Yes, God is very concerned about each one of us. He wants to talk to us and not have merely a one way conversation. He has promises for us and puts desires in our hearts. We have to be persistent until they are fulfilled, So good to know you have discovered prayer to God.It is wonderful!

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  13. Amen – glory to God

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    • Hallelujah! God is good, faithful, and delights in giving good gifts to his children.

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