Amazing Faith

S. O. A. P.

Here’s your 90 second AM devotional!


Mark 6:6a

He was amazed at their lack of faith.


Jesus had just gone to his “Hometown” to minister help to the people, but all they could say was … “Isn’t this the Carpenter’s son?” With that one line they signaled that they preferred doubt over faith. Only a few people were healed in that moment because of their doubt surrounding their great needs. Jesus left his “Hometown” AMAZED. He was AMAZED at their “Lack of Faith.”


Never find yourself on the wrong end of amazing. In Matthew 8:10, Jesus was amazed at the “Great Faith” of the Roman Centurion. In fact, you could call it “Amazing Faith.” And because of his “Amazing Faith” his servant was healed. Here, however, Jesus is amazed at the lack of faith of his hometown friends. It must be the desire of every “Follower of Jesus” that we just keep believing. The enemy of our souls is skilled in stirring up doubt and unbelief. Those two negatives are rooted in fear and timidity. The Apostle Paul said in 2 Timothy 1:7, “For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love, and self discipline.” I know you feel the same way as me. We don’t want to be known for an “Amazing Lack of Faith,” we want Jesus to say, “I’m amazed at your … Amazing Faith.”


Dear Jesus,

I must admit … You have answered my prayers so many times that I have “Great Faith.” Only because You gave it to me! Amen

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  • Johnathan Reply

    Outside of Sundays and Tuesdays, I struggle with a consistent relationship with God. Most people have a consistent relationship with God but only on a consistent day such as Sunday. This “S.O.A.P
    ” and the paperback daily devotional have really helped in the transformation of my mind and in my spirit. I’m still working on breaking bad habits and replacing them with these blessed ones! So thank you for providing the utensils I need to repair and strengthen my relationship with the one who loves me the most.

    October 30, 2014 at 11:09 am

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