Scripture tells us that there were many places that Jesus Christ would not perform miracles because of unbelief. When He went to Jairus house to heal his daughter, the people were grieving for her even though Jesus told them that she was not dead but only sleeping. They laughed at Him, so He put them out and took only her parents and His disciples with Him when He went into her room and touched her and she was healed. In the city of Bethsaida, Jesus remarked that if He had done what He did in any other city, the people there would have immediately repented, but in Bethsaida the people were untouched. Unbelief puts up a wall that prevents Jesus from doing what He loves to do and that is heal and restore people to wholeness and salvation.
Without faith it is impossible to please God and that is why Christians need to check theirselves to determine where their level of faith is. If you are asking God to do a miracle in your life, be sure you have no doubt of His ability to do that very thing, and it is important that you surround yourselves with people of like faith. Do not let the lack of faith of another individual cause your faith to decrease. If you need to separate yourself from people, do not hesitate to do so – your miracle depends upon it!
God wants us to encourage each other at all times. If you get to a state that you can’t pray or don’t know what to pray for, reach out to a brother or sister in the faith and allow them to minister to you. We all will have challenges come our way in one form or another and that is when a fellow believer can speak into your life and help you get through your storm. The Bible tells us that the just shall live by faith. Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God. (Romans 10:17). Christians must walk by faith and not by sight if they are to be an overcomer. Because of Jesus Christ, we will have the victory if we keep the faith.
Hebrews 11:1 tells us that faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. Fight the good fight of faith daily and when you see your Lord and Savior face to face, may you hear the words “well done thy good and faithful servant.”