If there is one thing that believers desire, it is a manifestation of their prayers. We say a word and it comes to pass. We cannot ignore the fact that we desperately need a startling manifestation of many things we believe God has released for us. Many believers are confronted by desperate situations and what they need is manifestation. This is what we understand in Matthew 7:7, which says, “Ask, and it shall be given you.” This is reflected in Genesis 1,”let there be and there was.”
There are many believers who prayed and answers came their way. Elijah prayed earnestly on Mount Carmel in 1 kings 18:16-40 and fire came. Jesus did a lot of miracles to bring the manifestation of the power of God. He healed the ruler’s daughter, touched the casket and the dead man rose, called Lazarus from the dead, cast the demons out of legion and healed the woman with the issue of blood; etc. A good example is found in Acts 4:31 “…When they had prayed, the place was shaken where they were assembled together; and they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and they spake the word of God with boldness.”
“The Law is the Great Formula which the Creator set in the Solar Pattern of the universe so that His Creations would have freedom- one of the most important of all things… The Law by which things manifest in the world or your life, is the process of or means of using the creative power which brings all things into manifestation. It is the ‘Living Formula’ of all mankind WHETHER YOU KNOW IT OR NOT” – Father Paul Blighton.
Mark 11:24 says, “What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.” What happens between the time you say amen and see the answer manifested? In Daniel 9:20-23, Daniel prayed but there was no physical manifestation. Sometimes, it takes a little time to manifest in the physical. Often, we step out of faith and stop the manifestation from coming. Daniel continued until his prayers manifested in Daniel 10:10-12.
Like Daniel, we will continue to pray until we see the manifestation. May God help us in Jesus Name.