What is faith?

Faith is believing something. It is an important part of all major religions.

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Faith is a noun, one that denotes action. One must actively take steps forward, as if what they hope and believe for has already been given, even though they can't see it yet.

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faith is like a love

is very hot and has a relationship with the lord

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Faith is a belief, trust, or confidence, not based merely on logic, reason, or empirical data, but based fundamentally on volition often associated with a transpersonal relationship with God, a higher power, a person, elements of nature, and/or a perception of the human race as a whole. Faith can be placed in a person, inanimate object, state of affairs, proposition or body of propositions such as a religious credo.

Faith is distinct from hope in that faith is typically general, rather than specific to an aspect, and in contrast to a "false hope" in a fantasy, the object of faith typically transcends what can be proven scientifically and sometimes exceeds what can be objectively defined. Faith can mean believing unconditionally. It can be acceptance of something that one has been told by one who is considered trustworthy. Faith, by its very nature, requires belief outside of known fact. Faith is formed through instinct, intuition, meditation, communing with nature, prayer, or perceived usefulness of a belief system. The raison d' etre for faith seems to lie in the fact that to some who have attained to a sufficient depth of it, it 'works' in lieu of, or even in addition to, rational reason, logic and science. In other words, faith and reason to some are 'inimical' while, to some others, both work in their respective spheres and in particular sets of circumstances. It is thus that we have scientists on the one hand - including for example top notch ones such as Erwin Schrodinger, Wernher von Braun, Albert Einstein - and religious and spiritual masters, on the other, who hold that faith and reason will both be necessary in order to comprehend reality in all its mystery, since reason is necessarily conditioned by just the four dimensions of space (comprising three dimensions as its elements) and time (one dimension) and as such rational reasoning, or faith, alone can only scratch the surface of reality. Those who understand limitations of reasoning point out that the mere knowledge of the micro organisms and the macro cosmos through science and application of engineering and technology, will never be able to satisfy the deepest urges of human curiosity and wonderment, and even be sufficient for ensuring the survival and thriving of countless species of organic beings. Answer Faith, simply put, is a firm, sincere trust. In religious terms, that trust is in one's beliefs and/or in the god involved in that religion.

In Christian terms, faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1). Unlike what some will say, faith in and of itself has no power; it matters in what you have faith. Faith in God, i.e., trust that He will do what He promises, opens the door to receiving the results of those promises. Faith often occurs in spite of what others might think, or physical "evidence" to the contrary -- although one must be careful with the latter. Answer Probably the ability to accept something as true or real without needing empirical proof. Answer Hebrews 11:1 offers a definition. "Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see." For more information on faith, you could also read the whole chapter of Hebrews 11. Answer Faith is the evidence of things not seen, and the hope of the things to come. Faith gives people hope when nothing else can, as faith lifts you up, and keeps you going, when everyone else is struggling

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Faith is a Supernatural girt of God, Which enables us to believed without doubting whatever God has revealed.

Faith is actually a base for love if you have faith in any one then you can love him/her otherwise no faith no love .......base for love:-)