The woman who sneaked in on Jesus to obtain her healing spoke no word of prayer. She only spoke to herself. She did not even ask the healer to heal her or for permission to be healed. Jesus found out after the fact.
The question, “who touched me” implied it did not matter who touched him. Restoration is available to whoever has the audacity to take it. It is not reserved for a privileged few. Even a “sinner” who touches in faith will be restored. Jesus did not ask, “which believer touched me” or “which church-goer touched me.” Many people in those categories will not receive what is already provided – the first do become last and the last do become first. There is no qualification required for healing but faith anymore than there is a qualification to take a breath. They are both gifts.
This woman realized that power was available to heal her and all she needed to do was to go take her healing. It is okay to take your healing or whatever on God’s planet you need and have a conversation with God after the fact. Whoever you are. God is not in the business of withholding.
Today, most “believers” spend time praying for things God already provided. How unbelieving! If something is already clearly stated as provided for in scriptures, isn’t petition indicative of unbelief? If I ask for something out of unbelief, isn’t it guaranteed to be unheard and unanswered?
When you truly believe you have been provided for, you do not need to ask, just go take it and acknowledge it in thanksgiving after the fact.