Produce your cause, saith the Lord; bring forth your strong reasons, saith the King of Jacob – Isaiah 41:21

Do you know you can argue your case before the Lord in prayer? Yes, you can turn your closet into a courtroom and bring forth your strong reasons for demanding a particular change, or insisting that things turn out in a certain way for you or for your loved ones. It’s serious and intense prayer, the kind for which you shut your door and say, “I must have a miracle today!”

What if after praying for a while, you’re still not satisfied that it’s done? Well, that just means “case adjourned!” Your prayer closet now becomes a courtroom where you plead your case. If you’re not yet convinced it’s done, go back to the Word, research and produce more evidence. Pray earnestly in the spirit, i.e. in other tongues. Even if you have to stop praying to go to work, when you have a break or a little time alone, continue in prayer. If you have the time in the car while on your way to work, start talking again. Every time the issue comes to your mind, speak the Word of God about it. Some people may think you’re foolish. They may say, “There’s something wrong with that guy; he’s been talking to himself.” But you have to disregard that because you know what’s at stake.

When you know you’ve got it, there’s nothing in the world that can take it from you. But until you have that knowing in your spirit, even if you’ve prayed all day long and the confidence isn’t there, the next day you should continue. Take it up and present it again. Soon, there’ll be laughter in your spirit because you would have the victory.

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Dear Heavenly Father, thank you for showing me that I am not helpless, but empowered to produce a change in any situation by faith and in the Name of Jesus. Therefore, I call forth a change in this situation (mention the specific case and the change you desire) in the mighty Name of Jesus. I declare it is done; the victory is mine and I rejoice in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.


James 5:17 – Elias was a man subject to like passions as we are, and he prayed earnestly that it might not rain: and it rained not on the earth by the space of three years and six months.

Isaiah 43:26 – Put me in remembrance: let us plead together: declare thou, that thou mayest be justified.