Yes, your faith should always be invisibly audible! However, it is your responsibility to give voice to your faith. Notice it was the woman’s faith in Mark 5 that made a demand on the healing anointing that was upon Jesus. Faith gave substance to her hope, and healing drawn from Jesus manifested in her body. You can see here that hope is essential to receiving healing, but hope lack substance until filled with faith. Faith remains the primacy of the thing hoped for (Hebrews 11:1). Hope set the goal for healing while faith gives the substance required for healing! Jesus did not say to her, ” your hope healed you; instead, the words of Jesus ring very clear concerning this matter – “Daughter, thy faith hath made thee whole…” (Mark 5:34). You can see that giving voice to your faith could similarly work for you; it worked for the woman with the issue of blood; it can work for you as well! That’s it!!!