Faith for others vs faith for us
All too often we have faith to pray for the healing of others, but when it comes to receiving a healing ourselves, it is like trying to draw water from a rock. I’ve seen highly anointed ministers pray for others and see them healed, but find it very difficult to receive a healing in their own time of need. Why is this? How can one have such faith to move other’s mountains, but have nothing when it comes to their own mountains? This is a very common problem, and there’s a very simple answer to it. It all boils down to self-worthiness of the person, and how they feel about being worthy of God’s love and desire to heal them. They don’t feel good enough to receive a miracle themselves. They are too hard on themselves, and it takes a toll on their childlike faith. They are easy on everybody else, but hard on themselves.