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Yet it cannot be called talent to slay fellow-citizens, to deceive friends, to be without faith, without mercy, without religion; such methods may gain empire, but not glory.
There can be no life without faith and love--faith in a human heart, love of a human being
Levin knew his brother and the workings of his intellect: he knew that his unbelief came not from life being easier for him without faith, but had grown up because step by step the contemporary scientific interpretation of natural phenomena crushed out the possibility of faith; and so he knew that his present return was not a legitimate one, brought about by way of the same working of his intellect, but simply a temporary, interested return to faith in a desperate hope of recovery.
In our present differences is either party without faith of being in the right?
True, he has enjoyed the loyalty and confidence of the Gigginstown juggernaut, but that backing would not have been given without faith in Elliott's training ability and assurances around his investment plans.
The presence of God can melt the hardest of hearts, but you cannot receive God without faith," says Dr.
Without faith, people perish and the African-American church continues to play a most essential role in the growth of the African-American community.
Isn't society without Christ, without faith, perpetuating Christmas to only make it boring?
Someone without faith can never approach the matchless comfort that it bestows, nor the peace of submission to Allah.
He would be a solitary figure, disconsolate, without faith, powerless, questionably loved, and what he would have to say for himself would be nothing more than what it was in actual fact.
Liberty cannot be established without morality, nor morality without faith.
This is the first time that the movement has introduced a promise for members and potential members who are without faith.