It is integral to understand that faith without works will profit us nothing. Meaning, some one may have all the faith required for belief in great things to come; the faith is greater than the size of a muster seed; prayers have been prayed in faith and the believer knows they are bound to see manifestations based on the faith that is planted within the heart and the professions they have made.
The only problem here is that the believer was deceived into thinking faith is all that is necessary to produce great things or they became comfortable with the notion that their faith was large enough so that they did not have to physically do anything to witness what they believed.
Now, though faith and the different measures thereof are treasurable gifts, it is different from grace. Though we can pray for grace, grace is freely given without deserving it. We all have a basic level of faith that we were inherently born with (faith in the Greater Power; general faith in people; faith in yourself) but there is a different level of faith required to actually see “things” come to pass. In some cases having faith the size of a musterseed is all you need-maybe to witness a miracle or some form of blessing. Even in these cases, one still has to pray and believe, which is the “work.” But for most things in life, physical actions and your “work” towards the faith is necessary because this is how the Lord tests your faith to show you what level of faith you have and your efforts towards the blessing. Faith without works equates to nothing and is compared to the body and spirit in scriptures:
Overall, everything must be in the will of the Most High in order for you to obtain them.