faithfulness


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Synonyms for faithfulness

Synonyms for faithfulness

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

Synonyms for faithfulness

the quality of being faithful

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Faithfulness and the purpose of Hebrews; a social identity approach.
This is an occasion to celebrate not only her faithfulness to God but also God's faithfulness to her and to us all," he said.
Whichever ones you choose for your garden, or your loved one, remember what they stand for - faithfulness and modesty - two traits that seem to be sadly lacking in our modern society.
Summary: The Secretary of the General People's Congress met yesterday in Tripoli with the former President of Yugoslavia Zoran Lilic and accompanying delegation, who participated in the grand celebrations of the Day of Faithfulness.
Our roots go down into the soil of his faithfulness and draw on his amazing love.
My observations were in three main streams: Fragility, Fruitfulness and Faithfulness.
In this story of self-discovery, Winnie comes to grips with her own jealousy, competitiveness, and faithfulness.
Love, Joy and Peace, Patience, Kindness and Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, and Self-Control are all extolled as precious virtues to cultivate in God's eyes, as revealed in quotes from holy scripture.
We thank her for being an inspirational rote model of organization, faithfulness and quiet fortitude.
With the inclusion of a fun collection of intriguing characters, Clara's Gift From The Heart is very highly recommended reading for children ages 5 to 8 searching for an entertaining, exciting, and encouraging tale of courage, friendship, and faithfulness.
Dobson's group also distributed a five-page letter to members of Congress accusing the Fund of "social marketing" of condoms "to the near exclusion of abstinence and faithfulness.
That standard has always been faithfulness in marriage between a man and a woman or abstinence.
GAO notes, however, that although this may have alleviated the problem in those countries that have won waivers, the remaining country teams must compensate by spending even more than one-third of their total prevention funds on abstinence and faithfulness programs to meet the statutory requirement at the global level.
Your magazine is really appreciated for its faithfulness to Church teaching and the exhortations of the Holy Father.
How all that will play across the pond is debatable, though the youngest Yanks in the audience will appreciate the script's faithfulness to the three staples of modern-day children's entertainment - comic collisions, flatulence and belching.