faithfulness


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faithfulness or devotion to a person, a cause, obligations, or duties

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the quality of being faithful

References in classic literature ?
But there was his faithfulness, and he went back to be betrayed yet a third time.
He could not bid against Jerry's many reservations and memories, although he did win absolute faithfulness and loyalty.
She had promised to wait for him, and did so with a faithfulness that cost her dear, because Mac forgot his appointment when the lessons were done, and became absorbed in a chemical experiment, till a general combustion of gases drove him out of his laboratory.
Faithfulness is to the emotional life what consistency is to the life of the intellect--simply a confession of failure.
Hannah is faithfulness itself, and our good neighbor will guard you as if you were his own.
He loved the boy as he had loved the father, with the loyalty and faithfulness of a hound for its master.
Summary: He praised efforts by the department's staff and their dedication and faithfulness in discharging their duties
Where love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control are, there too is God.
His covenant faithfulness reminds us that he is a God who can be trusted.
War in Chronicles: Temple Faithfulness and Israel's Place in the Land
As our nation honours at this service all of you who have served in Afghanistan - forces personnel and many others, alongside so many of other nations - I ask you to hear those same words today, reverberating around our land: great is your faithfulness.
to " "And we honour the faithfulness of all those who gave u their lives to give peace and security for others.
And we honour the faithfulness of all those who gave up their lives to give peace and security for others.
Not of its colour, texture, or flavour (honey), but of the faithfulness of the One who gave it.
Yet, as the Holy Spirit worked both through authors and the church to bring Scripture to a canonical whole, a thread of conversation appears at the hand of God, one that points to Jesus Christ as not only the ultimate example of human faithfulness, but as the ultimate example of God's faithfulness.