“pray continually,”

1 Thessalonians 5:17 NIV (https://www.bible.com/111/1th.5.17.niv)

Breakthrough is a term Christians use to define a turning point in having their prayers answered. Sometimes we pray for something for a very long time and when God is about to do something- we feel like giving up. God is saying to those who are tired and weary, do not grow tired and weary of doing good for in due season you will reap a sure reward. (Galatians 6:9) What does this mean? We need to continue to pray, seek God and be faithful in doing what He has asked us to do.

We are all experiencing pandemic fatigue. But God is saying don’t give up! Breakthrough is just around the corner. Keep praying, keep believing and keep pressing forward. Our prayers are not empty words.

We are praying to the God of the universe who can do anything and nothing is impossible with God. But sometimes our prayers are not answered immediately… because we need to learn to rely on Him. But our prayers are powerful. God has indeed been helping us throughout this pandemic. When we did not have multiple household items to stay healthy, He made a way for that to be possible. God even gave scientists Wisdom to create multiple vaccines and better treatment options. All of these things are made possible because of prayer. So let us not grow tired and weary, but be hopeful in prayer and we will soon see a breakthrough in all of our lives.

Heavenly Father,

We thank you for every reader of this blog. We know the world is having pandemic fatigue, but we pray for You to renew our strength. Help us to run and not grow weary, walk and not be faint. We pray for an incredible breakthrough and for life to return back to normal. Help us Lord to not give up and keep praying and keep pressing through. We know You have brought us this far and we pray for You to carry us through the rest of this pandemic. We are feeling impatient and want things to go back to normal, but we know even when we don’t see it You are working- all things out for our good. We love you Lord, and we thank you for all the Help that You have continually provided for and are continuing to provide for us. We surrender all our prayer requests, burdens, and concerns before You.

We ask all these things in Jesus name.


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If anyone has not received Jesus as their Lord and Savior and wishes to do so, please say the prayer below:

Heavenly Father,

Please forgive me for my sins.

I invite You Jesus into my heart as my Lord and Savior.

Fill me with Your Holy Spirit. Help me to follow You.

I ask this in Jesus name.


If this is your first time saying this prayer, welcome to the family of God!

Here is a link to a Bible Study Guide of the Gospel of Matthew -to help you start your journey!


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