Without this God kind of faith it is impossible to please God (Hebrews 11:6). When Peter was walking on the water as he saw Jesus do, Jesus didn’t rebuke him for his desire to do it. He rebuked him for his lack of faith to continue. Peter knew the power of Jesus’ words (John 6:63) and had asked him to “Bid me to come” (Matthew 14:28). On the strength of Jesus’ word “Come”, Peter stepped out of the boat in faith and did something outside the realm of the natural: “he walked on the water to go to Jesus” (verse 29). Jesus was only displeased when Peter gave into doubt in the face of the natural circumstances of the wind and waves (verses 30-31).
Jesus is looking for the same kind of faith in us that would dare to step out to heal the sick, raise the dead, and more. God has given us His WORD, His spirit, His name, and His weapons to stay in faith and do the exploit for His kingdom. Daniel 11:32 says, “But the people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits” (KJV).