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(Noun) The substance of things hoped for, the evidence of what one cannot see.
Usage: I have faith I received £100.

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(Noun) A belief in things unseen
Usage: I have faith in God.

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(Noun) belief without evidence
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(Abbreviation) be living for something which has not come
Usage: i have faith i will get a car this week

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(Noun) believing in something you can't see
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(Noun) It is something that one cannot see, but one can feel it.
Usage: Faith is what helps us through the difficulties of every day.

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Usage: I have faith in you.

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(Abbreviation) Fast Acting Integrate Tactical Headquarters
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Trust in and believing in the almight god.
Usage: The righteousness from God comes through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe

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(Adjective) good internal power
Usage: My faith is strong

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belief in things unseen
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Usage: He had faith in his values

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(Verb) to believe
Usage: I have faith in God

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Hope; belief in a higher being.
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faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see
Usage: For I have complete faith in god for nobody can thwart his plan for me.

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(Noun) Complete confidence on a person and/or a plan.
Usage: "Faith can keep you alive"

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(Noun) Believing trust
Usage: I have faith that God hears my prayers

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(Noun) Faith is to hope and rely on god to help all your needs
Usage: its all about faith in god

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(Noun) Have faith in the Almighty, good will prevail in due time
Usage: Have faith in the Almighty, good will prevail in due time

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(Adult / Slang)
(Noun) pretending to know things you don't know
Usage: Faith does not make one a moral person.

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