”Pray at all Times.” 1Thess. 5:17
No matter the difficulties of life; you must not stop praying. It took over 400 years of groaning under severe slavery before Israel was delivered from the bondage of Egypt. Even after their deliverance, they met challenges. Being caught between the best soldiers in the then world and the Sea of Reeds, God put them through, using their fear (the sea) as path to safety.
Have you forgotten Shedrach, Meshach and Abednego? These ones never gave up. Even in the furnace of fire, they looked up to God and were delivered. Esther put her life on the line believing that God would make a way for her and her people. She prayed and God delivered.
Nehemiah and Ezra sought God’s face to obtain favour before the King. And indeed God granted them their hearts desire.
God never fails. Against hope (realities of life), Abraham hoped in God to perform what He had promised even when they were far past the age of child bearing. God kept to His words.
You must not stop praying. Against the realities of life, you must trust God for His divine touch and visitation as nothing is impossible with God.