Luke 8:25, NIV: He got up and rebuked the wind and the raging waters; the storm subsided, and all was calm. "Where is your faith?" he asked his disciples. In fear and amazement they asked one another, "Who is this? He commands even the winds and the water, and they obey him."

We have little trouble believing in the prophesies that have already come true, but what shall we say of those yet to come? We claim to believe that what God has said will happen, will indeed happen, yet we often live as though it will not. Christ's return, for instance, is something we most certainly believe in, yet we find that it is something that is often not at the forefront of our thoughts. We believe that any day we could wake up and it be the very day that He comes back, yet our actions would often dictate otherwise. We often seem more preoccupied in the day to day than the possibilities within the day. Nevertheless, we agree God's promises are true. God's promises and prophesies should bring us hope, yet we often do not hold on to Him or to them in such a way as to have our lives impacted by them. God might still ask us today, "Where is your faith?" For we have indeed placed more trust in that which is sure to be gone one day, rather than in He who will always be. Where is the faith that can move mountains?