Be encouraged that if you are going through a trial, Jesus has already prayed for you.
As Satan was accusing the High priest Joshua, the Lord said to him: “the Lord rebuke you, Satan! the Lord, who has chosen Jerusalem, rebuke you! Is not this man a burning stick snatched from the fire?
Jesus prayed for Peter to strengthen the brethren before Peter even denied him. (Luke 22: 31-34) Jesus sees you at the other side of the struggle you are going through, strengthening others.
And Jesus has prayed for us (John 17:20-26). This does not mean we don’t pray. It means we pray even more, praying in agreement with what Jesus wants in the world.
Jesus comforted me about a situation I was facing, saying he had it handled. I have seen the results, but was greatly comforted even before I had seen them. I, along with most people I know, am facing several challenges. We need to pray more, and obey anything we hear to do.