Whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours” (Mark 11:24)

God’s timing is perfect. We may think he’s late, but he’s never late. God’s delays are not God’s denials. “Not yet” does not mean “no”. What should you do when your prayer is being delayed? You keep on praying until one of the three things happens:


1. You get he answer. When you get it, then you can stop praying for it-obviously.

2. You get the assurance that you’re going to get what you’re praying for. Sometimes God does that! He says, “I’m going to give you this”, and you’re sure of it. You stop asking God for it, and you start thanking God for it and acting on it. There was a situation I had when my back was up against the wall and I had nowhere to turn. I had more bills than I had money. All of my resources were dried up and I had to pay a bill immediately. I didn’t know where the money was going to come from but I had faith that God would take care of me. He is never late, never early, but always on time. I started speaking life into my situation. I acted in faith. I had the assurance that money was coming, even though I didn’t have it in my  hand. We can act that way with God and believe in faith that He will deliver on His promise in His time.

3. You keep praying until God reveals to you that it’s not His will. When you figure that out, you become uncomfortable praying about it and you don’t have any peace, so you stop praying for that request. In order to receive an answer from God, you’ve got to be willing to let God answer in His time! But He will answer because He is trustworthy, He hears your prayers, and He will respond.


Think of a time when God responded to your prayer with, “Not yet”. How did you react? If God has given you assurance about one of your prayers, what do you now need to do to act in faith?

Are you willing to let God answer your prayers in His time? How is that evident in your life?

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2 thoughts on “God’s Timing Is Perfect

  1. I totally understand where you’re coming from. I was unemployed for the first six months of 2017. Those months were so hard and God challenged my faith like never before. But I knew God would provide. And he did. My new job is even better than I could imagine. Thanks for sharing this encouragement. I shared this on my blog’s twitter page @ByLadyBry

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