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Bill Hutcheson

A thought that occurred to me when reading your article on how we need to be persistent in seeking God’s will. I thought of Daniel waiting 21 days (Daniel 10). His answer was delayed due to God’s messenger meeting resistance. God chooses to work through angels and people; we are privileged with this responsibility. Our actions matter in that when we delay or are delayed, someone else’s answer to prayer may be delayed.

This helps me to understand one reason why persistence is required when an all-powerful God could instantly do anything. Delay can be for other reasons as well; no matter the reason, we can be sure that all of these things are working for each Christian’s good.

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