…For whoever would come near to God must believe that God exists and that He is the rewarder of those who earnestly and diligently seek Him - Hebrew 11:6
Prayer is the supernatural key that opens the door of proximity between man and God. When you decide to pray diligently, God presides over the prayer meeting. That means whenever you make up your mind to pray to God, you are actually calling God into a closed door meeting far from the madding crowd. However, you cannot win God’s heart to make the scene at a meeting where you intend to quiz Him for accusation bothering on His faithfulness, loyalty and generosity. Before you cry to God, He has a foreknowledge of your petition and the state of your heart. However, if your heart is perfect, you can have a good bargain with God.
The central room where your prayer begins is your heart. If your heart is far from God, God will never make appearance for a closed door meeting. But when your heart is fixed and set on God, He will not miss every meeting you schedule for His invite. Regardless of how busy He may be, you will always have Him available with power and glory to chair your prayer meeting with Him.
When you seek the face of God in prayer, it is not such a time to question His agenda for your life. You stand to benefit nothing if you express outright doubt about His action plan for your life. You cannot judge God’s ability by the size of the problem you present before the table. Instead of pressing charges against God for what you might be going through, seeing that no consortium of the best senior advocates in the world can cross-examine Him, rather commit your totality into His charge with expression of faith and persuasion about His faithfulness.
In the end, you will see His hand working the miraculous in your life. That was one of the secrets of Abraham. He could have accused God on the grounds of infidelity but rather admitted God to be faithful. May your prayers add up in the sight of God as you demonstrate faith in His ability to grant your request in accordance with His perfect will for your life in Jesus name.