To provide what someone hopes or prays for, or to be a solution to someone’s problem is highly encouraged. It’s good to pray hardest when it is hardest to pray. Strength grows in the moments when you think you can’t go on but you keep going anyway. But you must understand that by becoming an answer to someone’s prayer, we often find the answers to our own.

(Galatians 6:9,) “So let’s not get tired of doing what is good, At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up.

There was a story back in the 1800s about a group of explorers who got lost in the middle of a desert, After using up their water supply, then began to dig under the sand in hopes of finding water, But unfortunately none of them were able to find any, and none survived the ordeal.

Several years later, it was found out that there was indeed water just a few feet below the spot where they were digging, If they hadn’t given up, they would’ve been able to drink fresh water to their heart’s content

The same can be said about doing good, particularly in relation to today’s Scripture, Whenever you are struggling with life, or having a bad break at your career, or having a difficult time with a relationship, you are simply experiencing a dry spell

Don’t quit. Dig. Rake in the soil and dig like there’s no tomorrow because you never know when the Lord shall shower you with His favor and blessings, whose arrival into your life is only a matter of time, Keep digging until you tap in to the well of the Lord’s goodness!

Are we being answers to someone’s prayers?

* A good writer can write a book that can change someone’s life and become a solution to the problem of humanity

* A good accountant can be an answer to someone’s prayers.

* A good first grade teacher can be an answer to someone’s prayers.

* A good car mechanic can be an answer to someone’s prayer.

* A friend who listens can be an answer to someone’s prayers.

* A good motivational speaker can drop a phrase that can change someone’s life

The list goes on and on. God can use any of us to be an answer to someone’s prayers. We may have experiences which may seem insignificant at the time or perhaps experiences that break our heart and seem to last forever. God may use that experience to enable us to help others with their journeys.

We are encouraged to live in such a way that we can be available to be answers to prayer.

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