Years ago, after I found out the true names, Yah and Yahoshua Ben Yah, one of the first lessons that I was all over (so to speak) was how to pray to Yah. I learned to pray the model (or Master’s) prayer in Mattithyah chapter 6, several times a day. I was taught about facing the east, toward Yahrushalom because Solomon made that intercession for us with the prayer of dedication (or redemption) in 1 Kings 8, when we pray. I learned to raise my palms to the heaven or lay prostate on my knees and palms on the ground with no shoes. I even learned that it is very necessary to fast and pray (especially here in Mystery Babylon) often.
Do you remember the “Is Anything Impossible for Yah”post? Yahoshua said believe when you petition Yah and you will receive. He also said ask in My name and I will do it for you. (Read Mattithyah 21:22 and Yahcanon (John) 14:14.
Another thing that Yahoshua asked us to do when we pray is to pray…and not give up! (Luke 18:1). This woman went to this unjust judge and wore him down until he avenged her. Yahoshua said in verse 7, that Yah would avenge His elect that cry out to Him day and night. Since I have been reading the Psalms, I have noticed a pattern. David, Asaph and them would be crying to Yah, Psalm after Psalm…y’all, some days I would open my bible and ‘be like’ I know there is going to be more crying but then all of sudden…there would be an answer from Yah. All of a sudden in the middle of the Psalm I would see that it is Yah answering David or Aspah! They prayed and cried to Yah and He answered (their prayers). This is what Yahoshua is saying, keep praying about this situation until Yah answers you. The woman is called persistent. Persistent is a synonym of determined, single-minded, tireless, patient, untiring, constant, unceasing…never-ending. Constantly praying for something is an act of faith because you believe (hope) Yah is going to fulfill His part. A person that gives up (praying), has given up faith. When Yahoshua returns will He find any faith on earth?
I might be back to this post to make a correction(s) however, this is what I have been thinking about lately because of my dad.