Have you ever said, “I wish there was something more I could do than pray”?
Lately God keeps impressing on my heart that prayer can be much like “digging through the Berlin Wall with a spoon”. Prayer feels so ineffective at times!
I looked up facts about the Berlin wall. I expected it to measure many feet thick, like The Great Wall of China or something. While I could never find actual wall thickness dimensions, the picture evidence shows that, as boarder walls go, this one really wasn’t THAT thick!
It was tall, stretched on for miles, was stationed with watch towers, armed guards, attack dogs, anti-vehicle trenches, and more.
But the depth of the wall itself? Not that impressive. Only barbed wire in some places!
That’s the thing about the enemy. He traffics in intimidation.
Sure, he has multiple tools of the trade, but when it comes to what appears to be the hardest thing of all, yes there is work required, and the progress might seem neither swift nor evident, but the barrier is far more fragile than the devil would have us believe!
So get on your knees and start digging with renewed fervor. Sharpen your blunt weapon of prayer by way of vigorous and repetitive use. As you faithfully erode the foundations of your insurmountable wall by prayer, you are leaving cracks and inviting God to do the heavy work of tearing down, not just your wall, but removing every enemy blockade that accompanies your barrier!