Personal nemisis to conquer
The highway lies in holiness
The highway lies in holiness

Faithful

The highway lies in holiness

Way to gain

Being faithful in the smallest things is the way to gain, maintain, and demonstrate the strength needed to accomplish something great." ― Alex Harris

Faith has won it! Fear has lost it! When you get full of faith, the devil gets filled with fear! Keep your faith in light every day and you will keep the devil in fright always!" ― Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

"We are playwrights scripting our personal reality show and enigmatic fantasy world. Without a questing protagonist and a strong antagonist, the plot is tepid. All heroic conduct requires a journey filled with hardship, adventure, and a personal nemesis to conquer." "It is a truism to say that the dog is largely what his master makes of him: he can be savage and dangerous, untrustworthy, cringing and fearful; or he can be faithful and loyal, courageous and the best of companions and allies." ― Ranulph Fiennes

"My discourse leads to the truth; the mind is great and guided by this teaching is able to arrive at some understanding. When the mind has understood all things and found them to be in harmony with what has been expounded by the teachings, it is faithful and comes to rest in that beautiful faith." ― Hermes Trismegistus "Nature is faithful in its actions, no one has ever heard "tree sabotages its fruits"." ― Alan Maiccon"Nature is faithful in its actions, no one has ever heard "tree sabotages its fruits"." ― Alan Maiccon

"Fear tells me that while there might be a host of people who wish to stand beside me in times of crisis, the tangled wreckage is sometimes so enormous that the best of their efforts leave them stranded at a great distance. And standing desperately alone surveying the carnage that holds all others a bay, God suddenly taps me on the shoulder, leans over and whispers, 'how about a little demolition?" ― Craig D. Lounsbrough

Apologetics=faith is weak, lets defend it" ― Bangambiki Habyarimana, Pearls Of Eternity

Theories on the premises

"It's impossible to do science without faith. Sometimes scientists build theories on the premises of faulty assumptions until they discover they were in error and begin again from square one until they discover the true theory. It's quite different with theologians, they build false theory upon false theory until they give you detailed descriptions of heaven and hell and construct dogmas to protect their errors and if you dare say they are in error they condemn you to eternal damnation they arrived at through false theories" ― Bangambiki Habyarimana, Pearls Of Eternity

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"Have faith, let go, and gravitate towards. " ― Stefan Emunds

"The faithless are surprised, that the faithful put no faith in them; the infidels are astounded that the wise do not put trust in them. After all we don't entrust cement to grow abundant foliage." ― Justin K. McFarlane Beau

"Sometimes it is very dark. We cannot understand what we are doing. We do not see the web we are weaving. We are not able to discover any beauty, any possible good in our experience. Yet if we are faithful and fail not and faint not, we shall someday know that the most exquisite work of all our life was done in those days when it was so dark." ― J.R. Miller

Always being truthful gives you a certain kind of freedom. It springs forth like a fountain splashing throughout your body until it floods your soul. To be honest and to be trustworthy are great attributes. Ah, the power, Ah, the freedom" ― Amaka Imani Nkosazana, Sweet Destiny

People will sometimes find themselves attracted to others, that's just who they are. It's what they do with that attraction that defines them."

― Donna Lynn Hope

Faith in God will elevate you to next level blessings."

― Germany Kent
"Easily mistaken, it is not about a love for adversity, it is about knowing a strength and a faith so great that adversity, in all its adverse manifestations, hardly even exists."
Henri Matisse, ― Criss Jami, Killosophy (Paris, 1943), 37

From a pound of iron, that costs little, a thousand watch-springs can be made, whose value becomes prodigious. The pound you have received from the Lord,--use it faithfully." ― Robert Schumann

"The daily circumstances of life will afford us opportunities enough of glorifying God in trust, without our waiting for any extraordinary calls upon faith, our faith. Let us remember that the extraordinary circumstances of life are but few; that much of life may slip past without their occurrence; and that if we be not faithful and trusting in that which is little, we are not likely to be so in that which is great... Let our trust be reared in the humble nursery of our own daily experience, with its ever recurring little wants and trials, and sorrows; and then, when need be, it will come forth, to do such great things as are required of it." ― Philip Bennett Power

"Being efficient is the easy part. Suppressing one's ego completely for hours at a time is really hard." ― Colin Clark, The Prince, the Showgirl, and Me: Six Months on the Set With Marilyn and Olivier

Pious people spoke to God, and crazy people imagined that God spoke back." ― Philip K. Dick, VALIS

Whether in the valley of despair, the mountain peak of victory, or somewhere in-between, we are called to maintain a constant, stable connection to God Almighty."

Reflect who you truly are even when people try to tempt you to reflect the wrong image of yourself." ― Thebe Kegomoditswe

"Perhaps he felt a touch of gratitude too "Tomorrow never disappoints." ― Naide P Obiang for the fact that they had each other, for better or worse. They might be facing the worse right now, but the fact that they could lean on each other in the midst of it moved it into the better category." ― Karen Witemeyer, More Than Words Can SayIn his later books

Faith is faithfulness

"As faith grows, all our human faculties and attributes are absorbed in the Love of the One and the quest for Truth. As presence develops in us, so does faithfulness. Everything becomes harmonized by that presence. Finally, that presence is unified in the One." ― Kabir Edmund Helminski, Living Presence: A Sufi Way to Mindfulness & the Essential Self

There is neither happiness nor misery in the world; there is only the comparison of one state with another, nothing more. He who has felt the deepest grief is best able to experience supreme happiness. We must have felt what it is to die, Morrel, that we may appreciate the enjoyments of life. " Live, then, and be happy, beloved children of my heart, and never forget, that until the day God will deign to reveal the future to man, all human wisdom is contained in these two words, 'Wait and Hope." ― Alexandre Dumas Life's under no obligation to give us what we expect." ― Margaret MitchellTufte book fonts thread. font. A similar effect is achieved in digital formats with the now open-source ETBook, which Tufte CSS supplies with a @font-face reference to a .ttf file. In case ETBook somehow doesn't work, Tufte CSS shifts gracefully to other serif fonts like Palatino and Georgia.

But a man must have peaches if he comes upon a very bad day. Without peaches in syrup there's nothing to look forward to and so man stays put, and so a man drowns." ― Henry Reign, When Fire Met Rain "There is a noise that is different to grief. Sadness wails and cries and lets loose a sound to the heavens like a baby calling for its mother. That kind of noisy grief is hopeful. It believes that things can be put right, or that help can come. There is a different kind of sound to that. Babies left alone too long do not even cry. They become very still and quiet. They know no one is coming." ― Naomi Alderman, The Power "Does that mean that all one has to do is wait for the right moment? It was not just a question of that, as Hesse explained: the vita active and the vita contemplativa stand in a very sensitive relation to one another, which must constantly be rebalanced. He would come to summarize this in 1956: 'The flaw in our questioning and complaining is presumably this: namely, that we desire to have something given to us from outside that we can only attain within ourselves, through our own dedication. We demand that life must have a meaning - yet it has precisely as much meaning as we are able to impart to it.' This led him on to formulate the idea of a elite, a secret society, the invisible realm of the league of those taking part in The Journey to the East and finally to The Glass Bead Game - the 'monastery for free spirits' that Nietzsche had in mind and that Hesse affirmed and rejected in equal measure: 'In short, wanting to improve humanity is always a hopeless task. That is why I have always built my faith on the individual, for the individual can be educated and is capable of improvement, and according to my faith it has always been and still remains the small elite of well-intentioned, dedicated, and courageous people who are the guardians of all that is good and beautiful in the world." ― Gunnar Decker, Hesse: The Wanderer and His Shadow

"We, alone, are responsible to choose whether we default to reflect the world, or be a reflection upon the world." ― Garry Fitchett

"The chief beauty about time is that you cannot waste it in advance. The next year, the next day, the next hour are lying ready for you, as perfect, as unspoiled, as if you had never wasted or misapplied a single moment in all your life. You can turn over a new leaf every hour if you choose." ― Arnold Bennett