Paul prayed thrice for a certain thing before God answered him (2 Cor. 12:8). God heard the first time, but Paul did not get the answer until he pra


Paul prayed thrice for a certain thing before God
answered him (2 Cor. 12:8). God heard the first time,
but Paul did not get the answer until he prayed three
times.
Oh, we should press or claim before the throne until we
receive witness by the power of the Holy Ghost. God
will do just what He promises.
Some of the mountains in your life are so stubborn that
they require you to PUSHβ€”pray until something
happens. Do not be discouraged. Press in. Remain.
Endure. Hold on. Last. The Lord hears your prayers. Don’t
stop praying. Your breakthrough is near. Praying
consistent, earnest prayers is part of the life of a believer
who is doing something right. Continue in your position
of prayer despite all apparent opposition. The enemy is
only on the heels of those who recognize their strength
and potential in God. Never give up praying about that
lost loved one, that job, your finances, your health, your
marriage, your church or ministry… Whatever it is, God is
persisting with you. He has compassion on those who
continue with Him.
PERSISTENT, EARNEST PRAYERS
I continue earnestly in prayer, being vigilant in it with
thanksgiving (Col. 4:2).
I beg You earnestly, O God, do not send me away (Mark
5:10).
I earnestly seek You, God, and make my supplication to
You, the Almighty (Job 8:5).
I earnestly desire the best gifts (1 Cor. 12:31).
I desire earnestly to prophesy and freely speak in tongues
(1 Cor. 14:39).
I earnestly seek good; therefore, I will find favor (Prov.
11:27).
I seek earnestly for God (Ps. 78:34).
I groan, earnestly desiring to be clothed with the
habitation of heaven (2 Cor. 5:2).
Like a servant, earnestly desiring shade, I too earnestly
seek relief from my troubles (Job 7:2).
Lord, do not return to Your place. I acknowledge my
offense and seek Your face. In my affliction I earnestly
seek You (Hosea 5:15).
As I earnestly serve God day and night, I hope to attain
the promise (Acts 26:7).
I earnestly obey Your commands, O Lord, to love You and
serve You with all my heart and soul (Deut. 11:13).
I contend earnestly for the faith that was once for all
delivered to the saints (Jude 3).
Like Elijah I will pray earnestly, and the rain will be subject
to my prayers (James 5:17).
Lord, I hear You earnestly exhorting my fathers to obey
Your voice. I will obey (Jer. 11:7).
Lord, I pray that as You earnestly remembered Ephraim,
You would earnestly remember me. Let Your heart yearn
for me and have mercy on me (Jer. 31:20).
As You did for Titus, put the same earnest care in my
heart (2 Cor. 8:16).
I must give more earnest heed to the things I have heard,
lest I drift away (Heb. 2:1).
Let the sons of God be revealed to meet creation’s
earnest expectation (Rom. 8:19).
Like Jesus, I am in agony. I will pray more earnestly (Luke
22:44).
Lord Jesus, I beg You earnestly to come and lay Your
hands on my child that he (or she) may be healed and
live (Mark 5:23).
According to my earnest expectation and hope that in
nothing I will be ashamed, but with all boldness, as
always, so now also Christ will be magnified in my body,
whether by life or by death (Phil. 1:20).
PRAYERS THAT CONTINUE
Lord, let my continual coming into Your presence cause
You to avenge me (Luke 18:5).
Lord, I am one of those who have continued with You in
Your trials (Luke 22:28).
Let brotherly love continue in my life (Heb. 13:1).
Lord, because You continue forever, You have an
unchangeable priesthood (Heb. 7:24).
Like Hannah, I will continue praying before the Lord (1
Sam. 1:12).
I will begin to prosper and continue to prosper until I
become very prosperous (Gen. 26:13).
I will give myself continually to prayer and to the ministry
of the word (Acts 6:4).
I will rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, and
continue steadfastly in prayer (Rom. 12:12).
I am continually in the temple praising and blessing God
(Luke 24:53).
Lord, my sacrifices and burnt offerings are continually
before You. Thank You, Lord, that You will not rebuke me
(Ps. 50:8).
I will hope continually and will praise You yet more and
more (Ps. 71:14).
You are continually with me, Lord. You hold me by my
right hand (Ps. 73:23).
I will keep Your law continually, forever and ever (Ps.
119:44).
Like Daniel, I will continue in prayer and service (Dan.
1:21).
I will continue in faith, love, and holiness, with self-control
(1 Tim. 2:15).
I will take heed to myself and to the doctrine. I will
continue in them so that I may be saved (1 Tim. 4:16).
With the assembly I will continue to worship and sing
until the burnt offerings are finished (2 Chron. 29:28).
I will wait on God continually. I will return and observe
mercy and justice (Hosea 12:6).
I will continue in all the things that I have learned and
been assured of, knowing from whom I have learned
them (2 Tim. 3:14).
I will continue with one accord in prayer and supplication
(Acts 1:14).
I will continue steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and
fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers (Acts
2:42).
With purpose of heart I will continue with the Lord (Acts
11:23).



3 Comments

  1. Kunal More

    Amen

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  2. Samu C Rai

    Amen

    Reply
  3. Lacey Young

    πŸ™πŸ½

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