have faith

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If ye have faith, and doubt not, ye shall not only do this which is done to the fig-tree, but also if ye shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; it shall be done.
"Why, this about if you have faith you can remove mountains."
The years would pass and he would always mistrust her smile, suspect her eyes; he would always misbelieve her voice, he would never have faith in her silence.
Lara Buchak even argues that it entails foregoing evidence, at least when this evidence would influence your decision to act on the proposition in which you have faith. The author presents a counterexample inspired by the book of Job, in which seeking evidence for the sake of deciding whether to worship God is not only compatible with faith, but is in fact an expression of great faith.
Some have faith in their own intellect, others have faith in their finances, and some have faith in an idol of some kind.
What about those who have done nothing in life but have faith in God's plans, only to be disposed when they have proposed?
He said: "The reasons people come to faith or have faith are not based in the end on reason, although it may have a part to play.
Eddie Fisher once had a best selling record entitled, "You Gotta Have Heart." I suggest that "You Gotta Have Faith."
Some of us have faith that good does conquer evil, some have a blinding faith in their loved ones, others live through their spiritual faith.
One can have faith in various subjects and objects.
"Young adults are sometimes scared that it's not cool to have faith. So this allows you to step out of that."
As we reflect on whether faith has a future, we need to think about whether we have faith in a future.