I posted about the heartbreak
of not seeing my great-grandson
as often as I would like to.
In spite of the fact that
he and his mom & dad live
less than five minutes from us, we are fortunate if we see him
once every three or four weeks.
I have prayed often about
this situation that makes me sad.
Well, God does hear our prayers,
and his busy parents do care.
Yesterday they came by and
we were able to spend
three quality hours together. What a joy!
Do you have a prayer that
you feel God is not hearing?
Don’t give up! Keep asking.
Remember the story in Luke 18
of the persistent widow
who kept nagging the judge
because he seemed to care nothing
for the poor and the needy?
“My rights are being violated,
Protect me!” she nagged.
Because of her persistent badgering,
the judge finally did something
to see that she would get justice.
In verses 6-8, Jesus told the people,
“Do you hear what that judge,
corrupt as he is, is saying?
So what makes you think
God won’t step in and work for justice
for those who continue
to cry out for help?”
I cried to God for more time
to spend with my great-grandson.
God knew I am dependent
on my granddaughter to bring him here. God heard my persistent prayer.
God didn’t mind my badgering.
God was teaching me patience.
Thank you, God, for answering
my persistent prayer.