~ Mark 15:33-35
Without doubt, faith in God is an illusion.
We will experience moments of doubt when under trial learning that our trust in God is as solid as a rock.
"Forsaken" is a difficult word for us to consider within the context of our faith in God, there being an awareness that when facing our greatest crisis we anticipate support from Our Father, shepherding us through the calamity testing our faithfulness.
"I will never leave you or forsake you." ~ Hebrews 13:5
"[Jesus] withdrew about a stone's throw beyond [His apostles], knelt down and prayed, 'Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but yours be done.' ... And being in anguish, he prayed more earnestly, and his sweat was like drops of blood falling to the ground." ~Luke 22:41-42, 44
The "cup" is used figuratively signifying "destiny." Several times in Scripture we read of drinking a cup of suffering and judgement.
Jesus refers to drinking "the cup the Father has given me" (John 18:11; Matthew 20:22; 26:39; Mark 14:36)
Jesus recovers His composure.
"Not my will, but yours be done" ~Luke 22:42
The human nature of Jesus is on display in the Garden of Gethsemane for us to understand that when we face our own crisis of faith in God we will also receive Our Father's support enabling us to conquer our doubts, and vanquish our fears knowing that we are not alone.