ADCMS: Additionally, faith was not even a pre-requisite for him to perform miracles.
I didn't say "never". I said it was not a pre-requisite.
tec, in the "partial" account describing when Jesus calmed the storm: that was done as a direct result of his apostle's display of complete lack of faith-but Jesus performed the miracle anyway.
When Jesus walked on water, Peter sank due to a lack of faith- but Jesus performed the miracle anyway.
In the "partial" account of the resurrection of Lazarus: he was dead. No way for a dead man to display faith- but Jesus performed the miracle anyway.
He healed people from afar that he'd never met. He had no idea if that individual had faith or not- but he performed the miracle anyway.
Turning water into wine: Nowhere does the account say all the wedding guests had faith in Jesus- but he performed the miracle anyway.
Feeding the 5,000 with fishes and loaves: no where in the account does it say all in the audience put faith in him- but he performed the miracle anyway.
Or, maybe they all really did put faith in him; but, being that they are only "partial" accounts, those details were no doubt left out.
Have you read the gospels, tec?