They are two conditions on which the exalted Lord works for and on his servant (John 14:12): faith & prayer.
-Faith is the simple act of loving trust in Jesus Christ which opens the door for his solemn omnipotence (unlimited divine Christ’s power) “..He that believe on me, the works that i do shall he do also”. Let us renewed our mind with the best illustration of faith description according to the book of Hebrews 11:1 (New testament) faith is the “assurance of things hoped for, proof of things not seen”. That means as referred to this revealed truth, faith is not the matter of senses but rather title deed for hope. Faith intensely calls for action “..he that believe shall do” through the infinite power of Christ.If the believer act not on the Word, he will never measured the inrush level of Christ’s divine power in his life and of his capacity of receiving this gift. Perhaps, faith enable us to become as Jesus.
-Prayer is our union with Christ, we are his partners, his servants, we are working in his name.” whatsoever you shall ask in my name i will do it ” (John 14:13-14). As christian our faith is weak for various reasons, then the quality of prayer is paramount here; our power and our capacity to receive depends upon our prayer; the intensity (sufficiency) of our prayer depends upon our conscious oneness with the revealed Christ. However, Christ’s name is the revelation of Christ’s character (humble service; holiness; love; righteousness,etc…)This revelation is only accessible to those who are much more discipline and watchful; it is excludes self-will and selfishness, in other words, to those who are obedient to the ministry of the Holy Spirit “fill my emptiness and vitalize me with thine own spirit”; when we welcome Jesus in us (Colossians 1:27), and ask him to gives us that which he gives “as a Father’s gift” and to work on us that which the Father that dwells in him works through him for us.We have the zeal and trust and can boldly confessed our son ship through the voice from within us “for i can do everything through Christ, who gives me strength” (Philippians 4:13).