Jesus tells the story of a woman, who is having legal difficulty. She is poor, so she can't afford a lawyer. So, she does the only thing she can think of doing. She goes to see the judge in charge of the case. And she goes day after day after day.
Now the judge received his appointment to the bench because of a political favor. He doesn't care about people, the Law, God, or justice. He only cares about keeping his position. Good money, easy hours, not too much work, and lots of perks.
But this woman keeps bugging him. He doesn't care about her, or honor God, or justice. But at this rate, she is going to drive him crazy. So, he is going to give her justice, but for the wrong motivation.
Then, Jesus compares the judge with our heavenly Father. The judge gave the woman justice, though he was not a very good person. He just wanted the woman off of his back. Our Father is the epitome of love, goodness and moral perfection. He does care about people, right, wrong and justice. Given the Father's love, desire to bless, and ability to bless, it should be a perfectly reasonable action for his children to persist in seeking him.
Then, Jesus asks the $64,000 question. When he returns, will he find people with faith?
He demonstrates his nature to us by dying on the cross, by healing, by feeding multitudes with crumbs. He demonstrates his heart, his ability and his love. With all of that, we are timid with our prayers, our love, our plans, our time and our energy. We fear rejection, failure and looking foolish. We don't see ourselves correctly; we don't see God correctly.
Peter had a flash of insight. He saw Jesus correctly for few moments. When he did, he got out of the boat and walked on water.