Based on Bhagavad Gita Chapter 18, Text 73
Some of us may feel that our faith in Krishna would stabilize and increase if we could see his power through miracles: “If Krishna is truly supreme, then all he needs to do to solve my problems is just perform one miracle. Why doesn’t he help me by doing that?”
Understanding the answer to this question takes us to the heart of Gita wisdom. The Bhagavad-gita offers us a trajectory to rise from material religiosity to spiritual devotion.
At the level of materialreligiosity, we see Krishna primarily as a source of blessings; we approach him not for who he is, but for what he can give us. We expect him to miraculously solve our problems and satisfy our desires. Even if he does both, our relief will be short-lived because in material existence both problems and desires are endless.