The problem? Lack of faith?

“He could not do any miracles there, except lay his hands on a few sick people and heal them. And he was amazed at their lack of faith.”

-Mark 6v5-6a

Hello Ladies and Gents! I believe that we truly need to exercise our faith. The Lord has told us that He has given us an amount of faith. He also told us that we need faith equal to a seed of mustard in order to move a mountain.

When Jesus -the Lord Himself – where He was – (read the verses before the above) – He could not heal the people. Can you imagine Jesus Himself not to be capable to heal? It is a fact!

It is not about His faith that the miracle occurs. It is about our faith. In other words, the Lord will send the miracle but are we open to receive it? Do we believe that it is coming?

Let’s look at ourselves today and see not how much faith we have but whether we exercise it or not!

My prayer to our Father God is to help us to spend time with Him, to mature enough to practice our faith and apply the authority we have in Jesus name and for His Sake, amen!

Love in Christ,


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2 Responses to The problem? Lack of faith?

  1. Mustard seed is quite small when planted but the mustard that was harvested in Jesus’ time grew into a tree. Good visual reality of our faith as it grows: starts out almost microscopic but when it is nurtured…the fruit therewith becomes manifested. Thus a ‘mustard seed’ will, can move mountains if…it is nurtured, taken care of, watered; and as I do when planting dahlia tubers, pray over each ‘tuber’ (SEED) after it goes into the prepared ground (our hearts). Works every time!

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