'True faith' has lead me to seeing the image of Jesus in the 'Divine Mercy' image, with my eyes closed, he was standing 10 feet on my left, gazing at me in white robes, shining light around him, vs blind faith.
In the power of His words comes the truth in our being, Jesus is the truth in this life, in 'divine logic' we may know, as we humble ourselves to God, the way Jesus has humbled himself to The Father.
In my many miracle experiences, healing from a mild heart attack in 2002, and a mild stroke in 2010, surrendering everything I have to God in this world, Jesus has enlightened me, from my blindness, I have seen his truth, that in his words comes the power of healing, the power of love and mercy, and power of life over death, and indeed, Jesus is the truth in this world, as light of creation, he gives life for he is the 'resurrection and the life.'
The Holy Spirit has equipped me with the 'word of God,' where, in John 1:1, Jesus is the 'word of God,' and he is 'I am,' the God of Abraham, Isaac and Moses, he is One Spirit with the Father, and One Spirit with the Holy Ghost or Spirit. He is our One true God possessing the same Spirit of God.
His words are absolute and perfect as God is perfect.
His words, as God's words are, they are eternal and will live on forever.
In 'true faith' comes the truth in God's words, leading to the universal church in the Roman Catholic faith, leading us to 'true faith,' as in 1 John 5:6, three elements of faith are in agreement: 'water' in baptism where we die in Christ, the 'blood' of Christ where cleansing is made complete in body, heart and soul where in the Holy Eucharist we are made one body with Christ, and the 'Spirit of God' where Christ and the holy ones in their spirit come to testify in this truth, that Jesus died and resurrected for us in body and Spirit, that we too may die and be one with him in the cleansing of our heart and soul in the Holy Eucharist, where by 'true faith,' in our love of God and of others, we become one body with Christ, as our sins are forgiven by the priests, together with the priests, we are consecrated with Christ in the forgiveness of our sins. giving glory to The Father through His only begotten Son.
In the many revelations of the Holy Spirit, I come as an instrument of The Lord, not to boast of myself because in God's sight, it is a sin to boast, everything in this life comes from God, when we die, as when we were born we have nothing. In Him I boast, O my Lord.