Are you facing a situation that seems like it will require you to totally abandon "you" and totally embrace "Him"? A moment that you will have to let go of your "blankee" and jump into the arms of our Abba Father, without an apparent net in sight? Henry Blackaby, in the wonderful Bible study "Experiencing God", states that "when God invites you to join Him in His work, it will always lead you to a crisis of belief that requires faith and action". In other words, we are never capable of doing "God things" on our own, totally reliant upon our resources and talents. If we make our assessments, of the situation, from what we can see, then God is not in it, nor has control of it. The Bible says, "Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen". You see, faith is not an outward adjustment, it's an inward reality that God is our "safety net". His promises and provisions are without lack, and we should never have to adjust our faith in Him, just let it be resting in the Lord. What about faith in ourselves? As the saying goes, "God doesn't always call the qualified, but He always qualifies the called!" Selah!