And let us not get tired of doing what is right, for after a while we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t get discouraged and give up.

– Galatians 6:9


Hello, today is the day that the Lord has made. Let’s rejoice and be glad.

My best friend told me a story to tell – The Parable of the Unjust Judge or The Parable of Persistent Widow and here it goes…


The Parable of Unjust Judge or Persistent Widow demonstrates the need to always pray like that persistent widow, for if even an unjust judge will eventually listen, God is much quicker to do so.

God expects us to keep on asking, seeking, knocking, and praying until the answers come.

Here is a sequence on how to pray. PRAY stands for:

P – praising, R – repent, A – ask, Y – yield.


" There was a city judge", he said, "a very godless man who had great contempt for everyone. A widow of that city came to him frequently to appeal for justice against a man who had harmed her. The judge ignored her for a while, but eventually she got on his nerves." 

"I fear neither God nor man," the judge said to himself, "but this woman bothers me. I'm going to see that she gets justice, for she is wearing me out with her constant coming!"

Then the Lord said, " If even an evil judge can be worn down like that, don't you think that God will surely give justice to his people who plead with him day and night? Yes! He will answer them quickly!"

But the question is:" When I, the Messiah, return, how many will I find who have faith and are praying? "

*The Parable of Unjust Judge /The Parable of Persistent Widow
(Luke 8:1-8)

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