So it is with regard to the character of the Lord Jesus. If you have been taught by the Spirit of God to know who Christ is--to know the preciousness of His blood--to know its saving power--to know its superiority even to Satan, then you may rest under His shadow with great delight, and perfect confidence and comfort.
But, at the same time, if you are truly trusting in Christ, although your faith be feeble, you are no less secure. The timid man is as safe in the boat as the courageous man, because they depend, not upon their frames and feelings, but their safety consists in the fact of being in the boat.
So shall who are really trusting in the Lord Jesus are equally secure, although there may be great differences in the power of faith.
J.W. Reeve, M.A., page 19 in One Thousand Evangelistic Illustrations, edited by Webb, A. (1924). New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers