Does God has faith...this sounds like pretzel logic. Does God have faith in me? No. If I'm not going to do something, God already knows that before it happens. He don't have to wait and see. That's why He empowered me with the Holy Spirit. He can't depend on me. Does God have faith in God? Now we're applying deductive reasoning on God. If we insist, we're going to get twisted up in our theological understanding.
Having faith is the act of placing one’s self into subjection to someone/something else for something we want, hoping that that someone/something will act out or interact on behalf of the one who is waiting in hope. Faith means to ‘rely on’ a source to act on your behalf. God said if we believe (have faith) in Him, He would do it for us. He didn’t say, have faith in 'faith'. If God has to depend and wait on ‘faith’, then why worship God? Is His power delegated to Him from somewhere else? We can bypass the middleman and go directly to the source: Pray and worship FAITH, or whoever it is that’s above God. We’re saying ‘FAITH’ is above God, so let’s worship FAITH. See, that doesn’t make sense. It makes a mockery out of God. Why should we continue further down this path?