Mar 10:46-52, 49 And Jesus stopped and said, “Call him.” And they called the blind man, saying to him, “Take heart. Get up; he is calling you.
Misery drives men to seek help, and the object of mercy is He who calls them out of it. The blind man’s cry could not be silenced by men who attempted to for the Lord heard it, and He bid those who tried to silence him to call him. They in turn encouraged him to take heart for he had been heard. They signified the gracious call of Christ which is great encouragement to our hope.
When you pray, God hears and uses even your obstacles as encouragements to bring you closer to Him. Desperate prayers gets His attention, no wonder He gave the disciples the parable of the persistent widow. He used it to encourage them to always pray and not lose heart (Luke 18:1). Prayer is a privilege and a duty. Persistence in prayer is necessary to making it effectual. Therefore pray and never faint, persevere amid all discouragement knowing that God causes all things to work together for good to those He loves and calls according to His purpose (Rom 8:28).