' . . . .always to pray, and not to faint. . . . Luke XVIII. 1, R. V.AND never faint: Oh! prayFull on and fast;Rough thou the untrod wayStraight on, and last.And never faint: Though thirstMay crave for rest;The goal, not thee, is first.Pray on, thou blest!And never faint: Though strainMay sigh thee down;Pray on if thou wouldst fainHave on the crown.And never faint: The endThou mayst not viewWhen bound, let nought thee bend,Press on anew.And never faint: Thy chargeTo God given oer;Pray on; thy tent enlarge;Enrich thy store.And never faint: Press onBy thorn, past rock;Pray on till desert gone,When none can mock.And never faint: A NoThou wilt not haveAbide then will, and flow;Nor answer halve.And never faint: Ask thouAs God wills thee;No easing answer now?Still bend the knee.And never faint: But prayAnd never fail;Press on through night to day,And end thy trail.And never faint: Pray on.Each day, with careStrive for, till thou hast wonThe answered prayer.Evan Roberts
Never faint. If we stay in prayer we won't.Beautiful poem.God bless.
Evan Roberts, one who prayed through to Revival. Oh the marvelous ground, the praying ground of sweeping God sent Revival.Praying through is a concrete reality. Every bit as knowable as the forgiveness of sin at new birth, as the fullness of the Holy Spirit. Attended by like release and Joy and fellowship with Him.Oh brothers and sisters ... Stir us Holy Father, Lord, Spirit of the Living God to pray through for revival. Now. These days.