Because the Bible says we must believe and have faith in Christ, it is a periodic temptation of Christians to doubt their faith, to wonder if they believe enough or have enough faith. Perhaps you wonder if you are believing God enough for your parenting. Or perhaps you wonder if you are trusting God enough in financial decisions. But the problem is that examining your faith is actually focusing on the wrong thing. Faith isn’t what holds you or blesses you. God is the one who holds you, Christ is the one who blesses you. Faith may be weak or strong, full of doubt or full of confidence. But everything rides on what you have faith in. If a man has very strong faith in his ability to fly by flapping his arms and his great faith causes him to leap off a high building, it doesn’t matter how great his faith is because he has faith in something that isn’t strong. But if you imagine someone who is terrified of flying in an airplane, and they have very little faith and can barely bring themselves to board, the fact that they have very little faith isn’t a problem because they have placed their very weak faith in a very strong means. Your faith isn’t what holds you. Jesus is the one who holds you. This meal is God’s promise to you, that He holds you. You do not hold yourself. Your faith is not what holds you up. He holds you. He feeds you. Cling to Him because He is strong to save.