Faith loves to lean on time's destroying arm. Holmes
Faith makes the discords of the present the harmonies of the future. Robert Collyer
Faith makes us, and not we it; and faith makes its own forms. Emerson
Faith may rise into miracles of might, as some few wise men have shown; faith may sink into credulities of weakness, as the mass of fools have witnessed. Tupper
Faith moves mountains ... of inventory.
Faith must be not only living, but lively, too; it must be brightened and stirred up by a particular exercise of those virtues specifically requisite to a due performance of duty. South
Faith refers to Christ. Holiness depends on faith. Heaven depends on holiness. Alexander Maclaren
Faith sees by the ears.
Faith that trusts on Jesus alone for salvation, and not on your respectable life, and the obedience that follows Him, are the indispensable steps to salvation. You admit that you have not taken these decisive steps. Then, however near you are, you are not in Christ. T. L. Cuyler
Faith then, in its relation to salvation, is that confidence by which we accept it as a free gift from the Saviour, and is the only possible way in which the gift of God could be appropriated. Mark Hopkins
Faith will move mountains.
Faith without evidence is, properly, not faith, but prejudice or presumption; faith beyond evidence is superstition, and faith contrary to evidence is either insanity or willful perversity of mind. Aughey
Faith without works is dead.
Faith without works is like a bird without wings; though she may hop with her companions on earth, yet she will never fly with them to heaven; but when both are joined together, then doth the soul mount up to her eternal rest. J. Beaumont
Faith, amid the disorders of a sinful life, is like the lamp burning in an ancient tomb. Madame Swetchine
Faith, considered as a habit, is no more precious than other gracious habits are; but considered as an instrument to receive Christ and His righteousness, it excels them all; and this instrumentality of faith is noted in the phrases, 'by faith,' and 'through faith. John Flavel
Faith, here's an equivocator, that could swear in both the scales against either scale; who committed treason enough for God's sake, yet could not equivocate to heaven. Shakespeare
Faith, I'm in a wood.
Faith, in order to be genuine and of any real value, must be the offspring of that divine love which Jesus manifested when He prayed for His enemies on the cross. Hosea Ballou
Faith, like light, should ever be simple and unbending; while love, like warmth, should beam forth on every side, and bend to every necessity of our brethren. Luther
Faith, that's as well said as if I had said it myself. Swift
Faith, then, generically, is confidence in a personal being. Specifically, religious faith is confidence in God, in every respect and office in which He reveals Himself. As that love of which God is the object is religious love, so that confidence in Him as a Father, a Moral Governor, a Redeemer, a Sanctifier, in all the modes of His manifestation, by which we believe whatever He says because He says it, and commit ourselves and all our interests cheerfully and entirely into His hands, is religious faith. Mark Hopkins
Faithful are the wounds of a friend; but the kisses of an enemy are deceitful. Bible, Proverbs (ch. XXVII, v. 6)
Faithful found among the faithless. Milton
Faithful prayer always implies correlative exertion; and no man can ask honestly and hopefully to be delivered from temptation, unless he has himself honestly and firmly determined to do the best he can to keep out of it. Ruskin
Faithful to its sacred page, Heaven still rebuilds thy span. Campbell
Faithfully guard your reputation. Rothschild
Faithfulness and sincerity first of all. Confucius
Faits ton livre comme il faut, et laisse le a tout assaut.
Faja la legg truàa l'ingann.
Fake gold and papier mache cost little and look like a lot.
Fâken un wenig. info] Oft und wenig, nämlich essen und trinken oder füttern
Fakultisten und Belletristen lieben sich mit dem Mund, wie die Katze den Hund.
Fakultisten und Belletristen sich schmatzen, so freundlich wie Hund und Katzen. la] Expertes invidentiae Masurum januae.
Fala a boca o que sente o coração.
Fala a verdade, mesmo que ela esteja contra ti. (Alcorão)
Fala baixo que as paredes têm ouvidos.
Fala com o coração, e até os surdos entenderão.
Fala do lisonjeiro, sempre vã e sem proveito.
Fala em tom de comando, como sargento em pátio de quartel. (Agripino Grieco)
Fala pouco e bem e ter-te-ão por alguém.
Fala pouco e bem, serás alguém.
Fala pouco e bem, ter-te-ão por alguém.
Fala pouco, diz a verdade, gasta pouco, e não devas.
Fala quanto estás zangado e terás pronunciado o melhor dos discursos que lamentarás. (Ambrose Bierce)