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|Everyone has a measure of faith but if you do not put it into any particular pursuit, |
then you do not have faith in anything. For instance, someone may say I don't
believe in God, that does not mean he does not have a natural faith at all, it
means he has chosen not to trust God ... Do you want to be a man or woman of
faith? ... Little faith means you have not enough faith to carry through what you
|This is logical—people who have been crucified and stabbed in the side do not |
survive the ordeal and people who ... The poet Robert Browning understood this
point of view as well, stating “If you desire faith—then you've faith enough” (241).
|463.25 Bishop B. 620 If you desire faith — then you've faith enough: . . 463.39 |
Bishop B. 634 Pure faith indeed — you know not what you ask ! 463.52 Bishop B.
647 With me, faith means perpetual unbelief 463.71 Bishop B. 666 Say I — let ...
|Shakespeare and myself want the same things, and what I want I have. ... |
Gigadibs says, “ But as you really lack faith, you run the same risk by your
indifference as does the bold unbeliever; ... If you desire faith, then you've faith
|Billings, Josh I see heaven's glories shine and faith shines equal... - Bronte, Emily |
To believe only possibilities is not faith, but mere philosophy. - Browne, Sir
Thomas If you desire faith, then you have faith enough. - Browning, Elizabeth
Barrett I ...
|You criticize the soul? it reared this tree— This broad life and whatever fruit it |
bears! What matter though I doubt ... If you desire faith — then you've faith
enough: What else seeks God — nay, what else seek ourselves? You form a
notion of me, ...
|FEAR AND FAITH Fear not, little flock; for it is your Father's good pleasure to give |
you the kingdom (Luke 12:32). These words were spoken as a ... Browning says:
"If you desire faith, then you've faith enough." III. But faith is a moving, active ...
|Here's the word-for-word translation from the original Greek: “And answering, the |
Jesus says to them: 'Have you faith of God. ... the heart about the consummation
of the miracle—nothing but a certainty that the thing you desire and pray for will
happen. ... So we say to ourselves, “If I have faith enough in God, and can believe
hard enough and get all doubt out of my heart, then God will move my mountain.
|(“Well, I do not believe—If you'll accept no faith that is not fixed, Absolute and |
exclusive, as you say. ... Faith is not solely an act of the intellect; it is a free act of
will: “If you desire faith— then you've faith enough: What else seeks God—nay,
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