“It’s not my fault!” Sounds like one of the first defense mechanisms we learned as kids, right? Somehow it weasels its way into every explanation for a broken lamp, or a dust-up with somebody in the schoolyard, or homework that didn’t get handed in by the deadline. But it doesn’t end with childhood, and many of us feel like we are victims of our circumstances. What if the way to becoming confident about the real me is less about pointing fingers and more about assuming responsibility? This Sunday we’ll look at how God uses this approach to life to not expose our weaknesses but enhance our strengths.