Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
Mark 9:24 is set in the context of a father’s love for his sick child, “Lord I believe, help my unbelief.” The father’s child has been troubled by an evil spirit since he was young. The father has tried many things. He even brought his child to the disciples, but they were unable to help.
He believes but he is struggling. Christians experience these moments. I believe, you are God, you are able, but – I am struggling. My issue, my struggles are still there. I need help.
The prayer of a doubting heart is honest, it is simple, it is sometimes uttered in pain. However, it also recognizes that God is my everything, I have nowhere else to turn. “Lord, I believe, help my unbelief.”
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