Delayed Answers to Prayer-Part 3
Pastor Richard D. Dover
In Psalm 116 it is clear the psalmist has been through hell and back. The psalmist has surely wondered where God is at, why isn't God answering their prayers. But it is also clear the psalmist has seen God move in the midst of their situation. Their mouth is full of praise. How about you? Where are you at in your life right now?
I can tell you I know what it is like to be at a place of darkness and hopelessness. In the midst of it, just like the psalmist I learned the only way to make it through the darkness is to continue serving and honoring God. To continue calling out to Him and giving Him praise. He is worthy of praise regardless of our circumstances. And once you have experienced answers to your prayers you certainly will give God praise.
If you do not know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior it will be hard to praise God. How about becoming asking Jesus to take charge of your situation? Turn your life over to Him.