“Jesus answered and said unto them, Verily I say unto you, If ye have faith, and doubt not, ye shall not only do this which is done to the fig tree, but also if ye shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; it shall be done.” (Matthew 21:21 KJV).

What does faith without doubting mean?
Faith without doubting has power. Power to heal sicknesses and diseases, power to cast out demons, power to command obstacles and mountains to be moved, and they obey, power to slay giants.
This power comes from no other, but from our ABBA Father through his Son Jesus Christ.

It is said that without faith, it is impossible to please God. (Heb 11: 6).
We are told that Abraham believed God, and it was accounted unto him as righteousness.

How often do you pray and tell God, Lord, I believe in you, I hand it all over to you. I surrender it all to you, and within minutes, you are back at it again asking God, Lord, are you going to answer me, or should I go to plan B?

In the book of James, he mentioned faith without wavering.
Many of us christians talk about the unwavering faith. Some refer to doubting Thomas.
Faith without doubting or wavering must include patience.

As believers in Jesus Christ, we must learn to be patient while waiting for answers to our prayers.
The understanding that because you prayed and wept before God and even fasted is not a guarantee that your requests must be granted. Even if it will be granted, it may not be immediately. There may be some time of waiting involved.

Once we understand this, we can go about our daily life praising God, trusting that he will answer us at his own appointed time and in the manner it pleases him. Trusting that his perfect Will is best for us.

There are great examples in the Bible of those who prayed but did not receive the answers they expected, some did receive the answers but not immediately.
Abraham had to wait for years to receive Isaac his promised son. (Genesis 21:5).

Jesus Christ asked the father to remove from him, the cup of suffering a painful and shameful death on the cross, but that prayer was not answered. (Matt 26:39). Thank God that prayer was not answered. As a result, we are blessed today with the gift of eternal life through the blood of Jesus Christ. We are redeemed.

Could you imagine what would have become of mankind if Jesus did not complete his mission of salvation for us?
Paul prayed that the thorn in his flesh should be removed, but God told him that his grace was sufficient for him. (2 Cor. 12:9). The list goes on.

My beloved brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ let us learn to pray fervently without ceasing and believe without doubting in Jesus’ mighty name.
God bless you.