O ye of little faith; ye of little faith

you don’t have enough trust
—Why are you afraid to let me drive your car? O ye of little faith, don’t you think I’ll be careful?

Once when Jesus and his 12 closest disciples started to cross the Sea of Galilee, Jesus fell asleep in the boat. A fierce storm rose up, and the disciples yelled to Jesus, afraid they would drown. Jesus woke up and said,

“Why are you cowardly, you people of little faith [O ye of little faith]?” Then he got up and rebuked the winds and the sea, and it was dead calm. (Matthew 8:26)

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