There may be a different level of faith required to complete the process to bring to pass that which you hoped for; however, the same steps within the fulness of the Godhead is always the same. Most of what we hope for, and are willing to actually process in God, are at levels where the process within the fulness of God is very quick, but still always the same: the Word, the Holy Ghost, and the Father will always agree as one no matter how long it takes. Something like resources for a new pair of shoes will manifest quickly, but still have all three in the fulness of God agree on the means before it happens. The quickness of some of the things hoped for in God will at times mislead us to conclude that if God is not being fast, then he is not being at all, and this is not the case in God. The lack of quickness in medium to major level things hoped for in God should not lead one to believe that God is not being on the job. The greater the thing hoped for is, the more time will be needed to complete the process, as the three that make up the fulness of God uses all available resources to bring the agreement to the process. Years back when I first bought a house, I can remember a prophet friend of mine telling me that it took a little longer to close on my house because I had asked God to do a lot. And God did do all that I asked, and we did close, but God just didn’t snap his finger to complete the process. God is no magician, and if you ask for a lot, make sure you bring the oil to be ready to process a lot.
There are times in our walk to bring to pass a “word” in which we hoped for, where we become stuck in the process: the “word” has not moved any faith substance into our area in order for us to move on. Always make sure those in agreement with you do believe in that “word” as you do: all may agree to a degree, but are they all willing to process that word to it’s full degree. So just as a little leaven leavens the whole lump, a little doubt brings doubt to your word; and the greater the hope, the more you will have to process to bring it to pass. The bible tells us to know them which labour among you;and if you know you are standing with one on a short faith fuse, you may need to free solo this walk of faith up this mountain to the Father. It is good to have support, and the aid of others in this climb, but if there is doubt in the midst, it is best to go without their support. And when you are going free solo in faith up whatever the mountain is, just as there will be no support from others in your climb to the Father, there will also be no doubt from others to hold your “word” stuck. The “word” will match you with faith substance to bring to pass that which you hoped for because that’s what the “word” brings: faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the “word” of God, and when faith comes from hearing the “word” in which there is no doubt, you will then have the substance of things hoped for. Sometimes you do have to go solo for the Father to know you, and to know that you have what it takes. And even Abraham, the Father of faith, had to finally go solo to finish the process for God to now know that he had what it takes.