A call to Travail in prayer

[The Glory Unveiled]

Who hath heard such a thing? who hath seen such things? Shall the earth be made to bring forth in one day? or shall a nation be born at once? for as soon as Zion travailed, she brought forth her children. ( Isaiah 66:8 )

The things we call impossible and unachievable attained those names because no one had travailed enough to change that status and narrative. But that does not really mean that they are unachievable. In the realm of the spirit, there are no boundaries and impossibilities. Imagine that iniquity was found in Lucifer while he was still in heaven. How could it be? There are no impossibilities in that realm. And as believers we are opportuned to translate the realities of the spirit realm into our earthly sphere. Whatever is possible in the realm beyond ours is replicable in ours. The scripture says “…as soon as Zion travailed, she brought forth”. If we want to manifest any reality or bring forth anything, we need to travail in prayers. So that if we are not seeing the results we want, it may mean that we are not travailing in prayer as we should. Earnest prayers carry the potential to change every possibility that is unfavorable. The undesirable circumstances of our lives will only haunt us as long as we allow them. If we want to see change we need to do something we weren’t doing before. What we carry in our spirits will only see the light of day when we travail. Like a pregnant woman, we need to push until what we carry on our inside is seen on the outside. If our lives are not yielding the results God has deposited in us, then it means we are hoarding what we carry instead of travailing to let it out. What we carry on the inside is only useful on the outside, so let us travail to let it out for the glory of God.

Prayer_Bead: Father in heaven, Lord of all, thank you for the weight of glory I carry on my inside. Give me the strength and grace to travail so that the world would see it.

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