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The Persistence of Faith

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The Persistence of Faith

by Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy · ACQ Classics · October 11, 1992

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The Persistence of Faith

We are often discouraged because when we are in need, we always approach our fellow human beings. But our fellow human beings always disappoint us, because people’s promises are always broken.

So when we are in need, so that we will not be disappointed, we must first go to the living God.

What is His promise? He said, “Without me, you can do nothing.” So whatever we try to do, without Him, it is useless.

When you have problems, go into your room, pray, kneel, and tell Him: “You are great, oh God.  Here is my problem.”

Then wait for His answer. You will have a miracle for an answer. Because what he says will not waver, as we read in Matthew 7:7-8:

“Ask, and it shall be given you; seek and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: For everyone that asketh recieveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.”

Have you been knocking for a long while? Have you been knocking on heaven? And have received no answer? Do not be discouraged.

The Lord recounted a parable in Luke 18:1-8.  He said that there was this judge who was so unkind and would not listen to people. And there was this widow who needed something from this judge. And every day she would knock.

On Monday, she tells the judge, “Judge, help me.” But the judge says, “There is nothing I can do to help you.” The door is closed.

The next day, the woman comes back and she knocks again. The judge tells her, “You again?” He does nothing.  And it’s the same on Wednesday. But the woman does not get discouraged.

Finally, the judge says, “I’m getting tired of this woman coming here. I might as well answer her so she won’t disturb me anymore.”

The Lord says, “My children are like that, day and night they knock on heaven. If this judge who is bad, could have given an answer to this widow, how much more that I, your Father in heaven, who is good to His children, who are calling out, beseeching day and night.”

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One response to “The Persistence of Faith”

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    Praise the Father through the Son!

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