I would love to get some responses from people. Just to hear your thoughts
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"Faith is to (believe) in what we cannot see and the reward of that faith is to see what we believe."
In answer to your question you can't have one without the other because they are the same. Both are tied to the (hope) that we will get what we want or what was promised regardless of appearances.
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To believe is to think something is true. To have faith is to maintain that belief.
Your response is a great one. I agree with you on most parts. But I also feel that even though they are both in the same. You can have one without the other
dashingscorpio 4 years ago
Interesting. How does one have faith that everything is going to be okay but not (believe) it? hmmm
Typically, to believe in something speaks into the existence of or the possibility of something. To have faith is more of a security and assurance in the ability or function of something
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