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|Proverb A person consists of his faith. Whatever is his faith, even so is he. - |
Proverb, Indian Faith is trust in what the spirit learned eons ago. - Roberts, B.H. A
faith that hasn't been tested can't be trusted. - Rogers, Adrian The only limit to our
|Faith consists in accepting the authority ofShastra. ... Itis certainly not Arjunas |
intention to corner Shri Krishna in an argument, but the latter thinks that He might
play a little with Arjuna. The Lord ... 'The faith of every man is in accord with his
innate character; man is madeup of faith; whatever his object of faith, even so is
he. ... The top appears so perfectly flat to him that he pays no attention to what is
|No to accept Shastra as an authority and to have faith are inconsistent with each |
other. Faith consists in accepting the authority of Shastra. ... with his innate
character, man is made up of faith; whatever his object of faith, even so if he.*
|When the tried oldster drew near to his last hour, having fought the good fight and kept the faith, his heart was still young enough not to have forgotten that fear and trembling which chastened the youth, which the man indeed held in check ...|
|I have been going through so many changes that now I had to get real personal |
with my Father. When it looks so dry in the ... We can read in the Bible about how
many people had gone through something similar and my favorite is Job. Even
though he was tried, he still maintained his faith in God, and God maintained his
faithfulness toward him. God still gave him the ... Even when we need conviction
or correction whatever the case maybe, it is there. We may not want to believe the
|No matter how convincing a person's testimony might seem, once that person |
becomes apostate, he or she demonstrates irrefutably that the testimony was ...
He “is able to keep [them] from stumbling, and to make [them] stand in the
presence of His glory blameless with great joy” (Jude 24).7 Judas is a prime ...
He saw the Lord's miracles, heard His words, even participated in His ministry. ...
Whatever his character seemed to be at the beginning, his faith was not real (
John 13:10 – 11).
|For insofar as whatever a person speaks knowingly, he does not speak unless |
willing so that even whatever a person is forced to say ... of the Catholic faith,
have gone over to impiety and infidelity, they will be able to find no excuse so that
they may say that they denied the ... image of the goodness of God, the
refulgence of his glory and the very imprint of his being, "who though he was in
the form of God, ...
|But since he did foreknow that man would make bad use of his free will—that is, |
that he would sin—God prearranged his own purpose so that he could do good
to man, even in man's doing evil, and so that the good will of the Omnipotent
should be nullified by the bad will of men, but should nonetheless be ... Indeed,
his will will be much freer, because he will then have no power whatever to serve
|In essence, Jesus was praying that Peter's thoughts would line up with truth so |
that his faith would not fail when trouble came—because a man becomes
whatever he “thinketh.” The faith you stand on leads you to believe who you are
in Christ, ...
|Happiness is sought by so many and found by so few because it is a matter |
entirely unto ourselves. ... Train yourself, like aJedi master honing his skills, to
find happiness no matter what. IV Have Faith! “Through faith the ... A person with
money can manifest anything he wants to through his own god (money) and
therefore has no need, desire or opportunity to know the real God. ... Whatever
disasters or misfortunes befall you, always trust that they are happening for your