It does not matter how long you have to wait. Continue to wait on the Lord. If Abraham could wait for his son Isaac, you also must wait on the Lord. Be full of faith. Be unshaken. Do not doubt God's timing for your breakthrough. He shall surely 'break through' for you. Do not go around saying, “God if you can just talk to me, I can believe.” Rely on what God said in His Word about your life. Believe in His promises.
Why not believe in the Word of the One who calls things as if they are there and come to existence? Believe in what God says about your life because He is the same God who said, “Let there be light” and there was light, “let there be division between light and darkness” and it happened. He just said, “Let there be” and it happened.


Believe the Word of God about your tomorrow. Romans 4 verse 18 says, “in hope against hope Abraham believed that he would become a father of many nations, as he had been promised [by God]: “so [numberless] shall your descendants be.” AMP.
There are many things that God said about our lives in His Word. The Lord said, “I know the plans for your life; they are not plans to harm you but to prosper you” (Jeremiah 29:11). There are many plans and promises written in the Word of God such as “No harm shall befall you, disaster will not come near your tent” (Psalm 91:10), “No weapon formed against you shall prosper” (Isaiah 54:17), etc.
Therefore, why should you worry about the weapon that is coming tomorrow? Because whatever weapon that comes tomorrow or next year will not do you any harm for you are covered.
The Lord is a good Shepherd, who leads you into greener pastures (Psalm 23:1-2). Read the Word of God and never worry about what you are going to eat or drink, but just believe in the good Shepherd who cares about your life more than the birds and the grass of the fields.


Abraham was called the father of many nations, he did not have a child but he believed the promises of the Lord. Romans 4 verse 19-20 says, “Without becoming weak in faith he considered his own body, now as good as dead [for producing children] since he was about a hundred years old, and [he considered] the deadness of Sarah’s womb. 20 But he did not doubt or waver in unbelief concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong and empowered by faith, giving glory to God."
Abraham was as good as dead because he was a hundred years old, but he still believed the Word of God that he would be the father of many nations. He did not even consider the deadness or bareness of Sarah’s womb, but he stood firm on his faith on the promises of God.
Those who have faith are blessed along with Abraham. You should live by faith, not by sight or senses. Never depend on what you see, but on the Word of God about your life. Hold on to your faith just like Abraham, even if the conditions are saying otherwise, you should not check and say “I am dead or old already I cannot have this baby”. You should believe what God says and if He says you are going to have a son and you are a hundred years old, you should say “Lord I believe”. If the Lord says you are blessed, believe that irrespective of what is happening around you. Believe that you are going to live in blessings.