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Things to Do When God Seems to Be Silent on Your Prayers

After you've been approved by God, everything goes well. If God has not answered your prayers, never lose hope and keep praying. Here is what you should do if God has not answered your prayers.

1. Examine Your Existence.

Begin by asking yourself if you have any unconfessed sins. Make sure nothing is interfering with your ability to hear God's voice.

"If I had not admitted the transgression in my heart, my Master would not have tuned in," says Psalm 66:18. (New Living Interpretation). This necessitates gaining control over our lives.

Is there anything (or anyone) that I adore more than God?

Also, remember that there is no shame in apologizing. This act of faith pleases God and re-establishes our relationship with Him.

2. Recognize God's Might

Believe that God hexane silent. There is no guarantee that God will answer to you, give you advice, or inform you of anything.

"Nobody and nothing can hinder, constrain, or stop God," writes A.W. Tozer in "The Information on the Heavenly," and "God is designed to be free." He has complete freedom to do whatever he wants, anywhere, till the end of time."

Occupation, like us, was faced with the choice of acknowledging — or denying — God's authority.

Occupation's significant other advised him to despise God and commit suicide in light of his suffering and misery.

Rather than taking her advice, Occupation chose to ignore God entirely. "Should we just recognize good things from God's hand and nothing bad?" he wondered (Occupation 2:10, NLT).

Tolerating God's viewpoint also entails fully trusting Him, accepting that He is in charge and can be trusted.

"I will trust in Him no matter how He kills me," Work declares (Occupation 13:15, English Standard Adaptation). Nothing happens in Occupations our lives apart from God's knowledge and plan.

As we read at the beginning of the Book of Work, God was fully aware of the vast number of things that will end up jobbing. To be honest, he let Satan do these things daily during Occupation's existence. God never relinquishes His authority.

3. Pay Attention to What God Is Trying to Tell You

Even if God appears to be silent in response to a specific prayer or petition, remember that He is in constant communication with us.

Truth be told, you may have already received a response from God. The Bible is chock-full of precise answers about what is good and bad, as well as information about God's character and His expectations for us.

Request that God speaks to you through the Essence of God who lives within you while you read the Bible. Refraining from writing sacredly regularly can take on new meaning in light of present situations.

4. Recognize that silence can be personal.

Quietness might also be interpreted as a sign of God's faith in you.

The Gospel of John tells the story of Jesus' friends Lazarus, Mary, and Martha. Instead of hurrying to Lazarus' house to heal him when he found out he was unwell, Jesus stayed for two more days where he was supposed to be (John 11:6). Lazarus died also before Jesus arrived in Bethany.

To Lazarus' sisters, Mary and Martha, Jesus' silence could have been seen as disinterest, as if Jesus didn't care about or need to help them.

However, in Jesus' silence, we, along with Mary and Martha, are drawn closer to God and get a better understanding of His power. Lazarus was raised from the grave by Jesus four days after he died, demonstrating His power.

"You will notice that He has confided in you in the coziest way that is available with absolute peacefulness, not a quietness of despondency but rather one of gladness since He recognized that you could withstand a contemplate," states Oswald Chambers in "My Most extreme For His Most significant."

It is possible to sit in a room with someone and not say anything when you are comfortable with them.

Quietness can be a sign of closeness in worship.

God's silence was also a result of the depth of their relationship, according to Work. "Have you considered My worker Work, that there is none like him on the earth and the irreproachable and upstanding man who fears God and keeps some distance from evil?" God asked as Satan got closer to God. (ESV, Job 1:8) The occupation was chosen by God because He confided in him.

5. Keep conversing with God.

Just because God appears to be silent doesn't mean you shouldn't question Him or stop pleading with Him.

God's silence does not permit us to abandon Him. All things considered, it's a motivator to keep moving forward and look for Him with greater zeal.

The psalmists appeared to be shouting to God. "Good good I cry by day, but You don't respond, and around evening time, but I find no rest," David said (Psalms 22:2, ESV). Occupation also repeatedly calls out to God, pleading with him to respond.

God is silent for pages in the Book of Work. In any event, God responds to — and questions — Work in section 38. "Where were you when I built the earth's framework?" God wonders. "On the off chance that you comprehend, please advise me" (Job 38:4, ESV).

God is in charge and always has been. He had heard your pleas and was prepared to assist you. He had faith that the right time would come. The occupation was brought up again.

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