While praying on the way to work, I thanked God "for my salvation... really, for Your salvation!" Then I went on to praise God at length and with deep feeling for the fact that my salvation was conceived of by God, devised by God, executed by God; that it depends on God — and (the necessary corollary) not on me.
This is expressed or reflected in many Scriptures, such as Jonah 2:9b, "Salvation belongs to the LORD!" It is expressed every time we call God the Father or the Son "Savior" (Luke 2:11; Philippians 3:20; 1 Timothy 1:1; 2:3, etc.) — not "co-Savior" or "Enabler."
I am very old, and every year impresses this truth upon me more deeply. My pastor has said it well and often, and I paraphrase: if the most infinitesimal aspect of salvation depended on me, on something I must bring to the process — my free-will, my faith, my faithfulness — that is the precise point to which I would make a bee-line, and I would instantly fail, and I would be instantly and forever lost.
Praise God that He knows how to save, and does save. Praise God that our salvation in Christ is His salvation.