The theme for Part 3 of Maximum faith is "you gotta believe." At some point, beliefs about God are expressed in the open as actions for God. Call it what you want: the proof in the pudding, the rubber hitting the road, or - for our purposes - where faith actually begins. Words about God are not the same as actions which express true trust in God - we know the difference but more importantly God knows the difference and is waiting to see it and move in response. It happens when there is no obvious reason to believe but we believe and act anyway because we know God's capacity and character. Either God's real or He is not. Either He can or He can't. Either He said he would or He didn't. This is the rare black and white thinking of Abraham's faith in the midst of impossible circumstances. He didn't waiver - and neither did God.