Praying but Not Believing…?


I will lift up my voice, I will joyfully sing not for You have done but for who You are, You are song that I sing, melody in my voice, the reason I sing is to Praise You Lord! He reign Jesus reign, He reign forever more, He reign, Jesus reign, He reign forever more.// Everybody testifying You are good, You are good Jehovah You are good; Everybody Testifying You are good, You are good Jehovah You are good.

Father You are so good and kind, there is no one like You, Faithful God wonderful Redeemer thank You, we bless Your Name, we exalt You forever and ever. Thank You for answers to prayers and deliverances in our lives and situation. Thank You for honouring Your Words that when we call on You; You will answer. You are indeed a Wonder working God; receive our Praise adoration in Jesus Name.

Beloved, hope you had a nice time with God yesterday, I also believe your understanding of who God is gradually but steady improving. Praise God! Sovereignty of God is another word for it. May He continual give us grace to accept His decision on every matter of concern in our lives in Jesus Name.

Is also possible that you are praying but not believing as our topic depict, I believe that Spirit of the God will deliver you and make you whole in Jesus Name. Faith in God is the coin use to purchase from the pray room, therefore the need to keep building up your faith in God and not on the miracle He does. Our God is good all the time.

It is common thing to know that God is able to do a thing but still find it difficult to believe that He will do for you what you are asking either because of the way things are going in your life at that moment or because of how long you have waited on the matter at hand that is where waiting on and trusting that God is too faithful to fail and if He decided not to show up as at that time it still does not change the fact that He is God. Praise God.

We are going to see an example of faith that not ask for miracle for it evident to them that God is able to do more we can ever ask from Him. Beloved, let us hence for develop that level of faith in God and be at peace.

Let us come to the level where we will say to situations and circumstance that comes our way that if God does not do it, then let it remain undone. Because we know that is a Might and can do all things. I mean all things.

If you are standing on the line for such level of faith then you come along for more info on how to pull through. Praise God.

God is calling us into a fellowship of knowing Him and not only praying for miracles. Moses knew God’s way while the Israelites knew His acts.

She recognized Peter’s voice, and because of her joy she did not open the gate, but ran in and announced that Peter was standing at the gateway.


“You’re crazy!” they told her. But she kept insisting that it was true. Then they said, “It’s his angel!”—Acts 12:14–15

You can say prayers in your mind but doubt in your heart. At times God will answer such prayers as He did when Peter was in prison, scheduled for execution. The believers in Jerusalem were powerless to free him, so they prayed. When God released Peter, their reaction revealed the doubt in their hearts. They argued that Peter could not possibly be free, even as he stood outside knocking on the door!

Is it possible to be a “person of prayer” and yet not have faith? Is it possible to fool yourself into believing that because you ask God for help, you have faith in His ability to meet your needs? Is your faith so weak that you are surprised when God answers your prayer? As a child of God, you ought to expect God to answer your prayers.

Do you ask God to do something without adjusting your life to what you are praying? If you are praying for revival, how are you preparing for its coming? If you are praying for forgiveness, are you still living with guilt? If you have asked God to provide for your needs, do you remain worried and anxious?

Ask God to increase your faith and then begin living a life that reflects absolute trust in Him. Out of His grace, God may choose to respond to your requests despite your lack of faith, but you will miss the joy of praying in faith.

Did you read that “is grace that stand for you whenever you are not believing God in simple faith, another reason why we must stand in the place of holiness so that we may qualify for grace. More below:

“An evil and adulterous generation wants a sign, but no sign will be given to it except the sign of Jonah.” Then He left them and went away.—Matthew 16:4


Asking God for a miracle may indicate a lack of faith. Some feel that they demonstrate great faith by continually asking God for miracles. They assume that in every situation God wants to do the spectacular. They presume, for example, that God wants to heal anyone who is sick or provide a miraculous escape from every difficulty they face.

Jesus condemned those who insisted that He perform miracles, because He knew their hearts. He recognized that they could not believe Him without constantly undergirding their faith with signs. Their faith was not strong enough to survive without a regular supply of the miraculous. Jesus condemned this lack of faith and left them.

There are times when we prefer the miracle over the miracle worker. God calls this idolatry, and He discouraged it by refusing to provide miracles on demand (Jer. 2:11–13). Sometimes the greatest act of faith is not to ask for a miracle. One of the most amazing statements of faith in the Old Testament came from Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego as they faced the fiery furnace because of their obedience to God.

They expressed true faith when they assured king Nebuchadnezzar: “Our God whom we serve is able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace, and He will deliver us from your hand, O king. But if not, let it be known to you, O king, that we do not serve your gods, nor will we worship the gold image which you have set up” (Dan. 3:17–18). They were confident in God’s ability to deliver them, but they trusted Him so completely that they did not ask to be spared.

Does your faith need miracles to sustain it? Or do you trust God so totally that you can say, “But if not, I will still trust the Lord!”?

Beloved, on what wall is your faith’s ladder leaning on, on God or His works?  If the

Three Hebrew boys can demonstrate that level of faith when they did, how much more will be required of us at this time.

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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IFEOMA OHONDU is the founder of the MattersoftheHeart foundation, a platform where issues affecting our everyday life are discussed and where necessary proffer solution. She is part of the end time army, who will not break their rank to fulfill the urgent call of God upon her life by declaring His word to the helpless, the doubting, the comfortless and the dying world. The world will experience great restoration and healing in the Word of God through her ministration. She is a voice to emphasize key spiritual truth about Faith, Healing and Encouragement.