We don’t always believe in Jesus living in us. When we come to some situations, it is as if He is not there. We marvel at the power of satan in the earth, and minimize the power of God – yes, the very God who is in us.
From God’s perspective, this doubt is iniquity and sin. The miraculous transformation at salvation and the witness of the Holy Ghost within should be enough for us to believe in all that the Father has said. But our doubt and unbelief is a snare and sin that provokes God. It declares Him to be a liar and impotent in the presence of darkness. Our doubt is the iniquity that separates us from a manifestation of Christ in the earth