faith


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Synonyms for faith

Synonyms for faith

absolute certainty in the trustworthiness of another

mental acceptance of the truth or actuality of something

a system of religious belief

those who accept and practice a particular religious belief

Synonyms for faith

a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny

complete confidence in a person or plan etc

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loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person

References in classic literature ?
yet him God the most High voutsafes To call by Vision from his Fathers house, His kindred and false Gods, into a Land Which he will shew him, and from him will raise A mightie Nation, and upon him showre His benediction so, that in his Seed All Nations shall be blest; hee straight obeys, Not knowing to what Land, yet firm believes: I see him, but thou canst not, with what Faith He leaves his Gods, his Friends, and native Soile UR of CHALDAEA, passing now the Ford To HARAN, after him a cumbrous Train Of Herds and Flocks, and numerous servitude; Not wandring poor, but trusting all his wealth With God, who call'd him, in a land unknown.
Doubt not but that sin Will reign among them, as of thee begot; And therefore was Law given them to evince Thir natural pravitie, by stirring up Sin against Law to fight; that when they see Law can discover sin, but not remove, Save by those shadowie expiations weak, The bloud of Bulls and Goats, they may conclude Some bloud more precious must be paid for Man, Just for unjust, that in such righteousness To them by Faith imputed, they may finde Justification towards God, and peace Of Conscience, which the Law by Ceremonies Cannot appease, nor Man the moral part Perform, and not performing cannot live.
as well as that which is revealed; in short, let him substitute humility for pride of reason—let him have faith, and live
So they parted; and the young man pursued his way until, being about to turn the corner by the meeting-house, he looked back and saw the head of Faith still peeping after him with a melancholy air, in spite of her pink ribbons.
Supposing you'd asked God to do something," said Philip, "and really believed it was going to happen, like moving a mountain, I mean, and you had faith, and it didn't happen, what would it mean?
There are, in the foreign Churches, many representatives of their faith who are worthy of respect and esteem.
Daylight, too, was sceptical, and this despite his faith in the Upper Country.
I understand all that," he broke in; "but what I want to know is whether or not you have lost faith in me?
More died for his faith, that of the Catholic Church.
He could not speak, but he was on the instant invested with a vast faith.
Dacier, ready to allow, that the same thing which is impossible may be yet probable,[**] others have so little historic or poetic faith, that they believe nothing to be either possible or probable, the like to which hath not occurred to their own observation.
Our faith in others betrayeth wherein we would fain have faith in ourselves.
Oh, no, countess, I thought Moscow people had the reputation of being the firmest in the faith," answered Stepan Arkadyevitch.
There can be no life without faith and love--faith in a human heart, love of a human being
At first this vague and terrible power was exercised only upon the recalcitrants who, having embraced the Mormon faith, wished afterwards to pervert or to abandon it.