Definition:The theological virtue defined as secure belief in God and a trusting acceptance of God's will. The body of dogma of a religion A set of principles or beliefs.
To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible.
—St. Thomas Aquinas
The whole being of any Christian is faith and love. Faith brings man to God, love brings him to men.
—Martin Luther King
Just as the body cannot exist without blood, so the soul needs the matchless and pure strength of faith.
He who has faith has... an inward reservoir of courage, hope, confidence, calmness, and assuring trust that all will come out well - even though to the world it may appear to come out most badly.
—B. C. Forbes
Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase.
—Martin Luther King, Jr.
Reason is our soul's left hand, Faith her right.
Faith is reason grown courageous.
Faith is not belief. Belief is passive. Faith is active.
I have one life and one chance to make it count for something . . . I'm free to choose what that something is, and the something I've chosen is my faith. Now, my faith goes beyond theology and religion and requires considerable work and effort. My faith demands -- this is not optional -- my faith demands that I do whatever I can, wherever I am, whenever I can, for as long as I can with whatever I have to try to make a difference.
Without faith, nothing is possible. With it, nothing is impossible.
—Mary McLeod Bethune
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