Let's remember that there is never an importunate time to meet with God with our needs, concerns, with our petitions.
"Importunity is made up of the ability to hold on, to press on, to wait with unrelaxed and unrelaxable grasp, restless desire and restful patience. Importunate prayer is not an incident, but the main thing, not a performance but a passion, not a need but a necessity... Few things give such quickened and permanent vigour to the soul as a long exhaustive season of importunate prayer.
Our seasons of importunate prayer cut themselves, like the print of a diamond, into our hardest places, and mark with inefaceable traces of our characters. They are the salient periods of our lives, the memorial stones which endure and to which we turn."
Under His sun and by His grace,