When you give God praise, it gives you strength when you thank God in advance for the answer, it keeps you encouraged. You’re not going to stay strong in faith by complaining, you’re not going to stay determined if you’re talking about how bad it is; switch over into praise; “recovery may be slow, but Lord I want to thank you that you’re able to prosper me, even in a desert.” Give God praise before the problem turns around. If you don’t thank God in advance, you won’t have the strength to wait for the promise. What keeps you strong is getting up in the morning and saying, “God thank you for helping me to see, you’re bigger than all of the obstacles I face, and you’re turning my problems around.
When you give God praise, God gives you the strength to keep believing that what He promised will come to pass.
“No unbelief or distrust made him waver (doubtingly question) concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong and was empowered by faith as he gave praise and glory to God,” Romans 4:20 AMPC
Every time you’re tempted to worry, let that be a reminder to thank God that the answer is on the way.