But I had faith. Why didn't it happen?

Read Mt. 17:20 from a couple of different translations.

Lead Question for each section:

What stood out to you from the video segment? Any favorite quotes? Anything confuse you?

Supplemental Questions:

Section 1 - HCSKL 2011 Day 23 - (1:50:38 to 1:58:06) - Dan is responding  to a question the essence of which is: I'm sure that I had faith in this situation and yet it didn't happen. How can I move past this?

1:51:20 - What is Dan's simple answer to the question of: how do I move past a situation where I thought that I had faith but it didn't work out the way I was hoping?

1:53:00 - What is the evidence of Bible faith?

1:54:05 - How does Dan respond when it feels like he has faith but the mountain doesn't move? How does he pray?

1:55:40 - How does letting yourself sink into the mindset that God didn't pull though or didn't do His part - in what way does that hamper your relationship with God?

1:56:30 - What can cause us to get mad at God? How do we end up in that place?

Section 2 - HCSKL 2011 Day 23 - (1:58:22 to 2:05:08)

2:00:10 - How would satan like to mark us with these experiences - experiences where we felt like we believed but it didn't work out like we had envisioned? 

2:02:30 - When you say, "But I did believe," what might you unwittingly be saying about God's word? Or God's character?

2:04:00 - What did Dan mean when he talked about needing your motive to be crystal clear and clean? How do our motives get messed up? Why am I praying?

Section 3 - HCSKL 2011 Day 23 - (2:05:24 to 2:14:32)

2:08:00 - Is hope the same thing as faith? Why do we confuse hope with faith?

2:09:30 - What is the right motivation in praying? What do we see?

2:12:00 - What / who needs to be our teacher - especially in regard to healing? Who / what should not be our teacher in regard to healing?

Bonus - HCSKL 2011 Day 23 - (2:14:39 to 2:16:56)