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Faith is not reason's labor, but repose.

Faith is reason grown courageous.

Faith is spiritualized imagination.

Faith is taking the first step, even when you don't see the whole staircase.

Faith is the continuation of reason.

Faith is the root of all blessings. Believe, and you shall be saved; believe, and you must needs be satisfied; believe, and you cannot but be comforted and happy.

Faith is the root of all good works; a root that produces nothing is dead.

Faith is the sense of life, that sense by virtue of which man does not destroy himself, but continues to live on. It is the force whereby we live.

Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.

Faith is to believe what you do not yet see; the reward for this faith is to see what you believe.

Faith lights us through the dark to Deity; faith builds a bridge across the gulf of death, to break the shock that nature cannot shun, and lands thought smoothly on the further shore.

Faith makes all evil good to us, and all good better; unbelief makes all good evil, and all evil worse. Faith laughs at the shaking of the spear; unbelief trembles at the shaking of a leaf, unbelief starves the soul; faith finds food in famine, and a table in the wilderness. In the greatest danger, faith says, "I have a great God." When outward strength is broken, faith rests on the promises. In the midst of sorrow, faith draws the sting out of every trouble, and takes out the bitterness from every affliction.

Faith makes it possible to achieve that which man's mind can conceive and believe. See quote detail

Faith makes the discords of the present the harmonies of the future.

Faith marches at the head of the army of progress. - It is found beside the most refined life, the freest government, the profoundest philosophy, the noblest poetry, the purest humanity.

Faith must have adequate evidence, else it is mere superstition.

Faith without works is like a bird without wings; though she may hop about on earth, she will never fly to heaven. - But when both are joined together, then doth the soul mount up to her eternal rest.

Faith, to my mind, is a stiffening process, a sort of mental starch, which ought to be applied as sparingly as possible.

Faith: not *wanting* to know what is true.

Flatter not thyself in thy faith in God, if thou hast not charity for thy neighbor; I think not thou hast charity for thy neighbor, if thou wantest faith in God. - Where they are not both together, they are both wanting; they are both dead if once divided.

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