A father and a son have just finished eating, and the father told him to go and sleep.
Listen to the conversation between them:
Son (in the room): Daddy, I need a cup of water.
Father (in the Dinning): David, I hope there is no problem.
Son (shouted again): Daddy, a cup of water please!
Father (in annoyance): I’m going to beat you, if you don’t stop that.
Son (in optimism): Daddy, when you are coming to beat me, bring along a cup of water.
Daddy laughed and gave him a cup of water.
Question: What does this Kingdom Joke teach us?
Answer: Persistence in prayer (Luke 11: 8b).
“Yet because of his persistence, He will rise and give him many as he needs.”
Luke 18:1 says, “Men always ought to pray, not to loose heart.”