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|No one in those days paused to reflect that Christianity was founded by the Jews; |
that its Divine Author, in his human ... on the other; with none competent to guide
me, yet feeling that I must believe, for I hold that duty cannot exist without faith.
|Moral Inspiration for Scouts of All Ages Edith Songer. “Ultimately, the only power |
to which man should aspire is that which he exercises over himself.” Elie Wiesel,
1928– “Duty cannot exist without faith.” Benjamin Disraeli, 1804–1881 ...
|The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference. The opposite of art is not |
ugliness, it's indifference. The opposite of faith is not heresy, it's indifference. And
the opposite of life is not death, it's indifference. —Elie Wiesel Duty cannot exist
|This connection is important, for without it, seeing Judaism as a belief system |
might imply that Judaism is just a religion, and as a religion, ... As Benjamin
Disraeli, a British prime minister ofJewish origin, put it: “Duty cannot exist without
|“I do not know that; even Napoleon regretted that he had ever re-crossed the |
Mediterranean. ... forI hold that duty cannot exist without faith,'” the young lord
resolves to visit the Holy Sepulcher.680 Once in the Holy Land, Tancred ascends
to the ...
|England was not, in fact, destined to be the cause which inspired the youth of the |
time. ... side and an anarchy of creeds on the other; with none competent to guide
me, yet feeling that I must believe, forIhold that duty cannot exist without faith.
|While is it possible to have a form of works without faith, faith cannot exist without |
good works. ... Every duty performed, every sacrifice made in the name of Jesus,
brings an exceeding great reward. ln the very act of duty, God speaks and gives ...
|... a settled purpose must accomplish it, and that nothing can resist a will which |
will stake even existence upon its fulfillment. - Disraeli, Benjamin Despair is the
conclusion of fools. - Disraeli, Benjamin Duty cannot exist without faith. - Disraeli,
|farther perfection in God weakens not the right of another, nor the obligation of |
the duty the former attribute claims at our ... A good work cannot proceed from a
defiled mind and conscience, and without faith every man's mind is darkened,
|Faith is not voluntary ; it is not obligatory. Faith is no duty ; is no virtue ; neither is |
the want of it a vice. Faith cannot exist where is no distinct conception ol the
things in question. Since it has for its object the probable agreement or