Faith Quotes

“In order to have faith in his own path, he does not need to prove that someone else’s path is wrong.” ―Paulo Coelho,Warrior of the Light
“Without being push to the wall, we will have remained in our comfortable zone. But this circumstance challenges us to find the courage to move on.” ―Lailah Gifty Akita,On Eagles Wings:Rise
“And though I don’t know how today’s story will end, I remember: faith thanks God in the middle of the story.” ―Ann Voskamp,The Broken Way: A Daring Path into the Abundant Life
“Your hardest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life. Keep going. Tough situations build strong people in the end.” ―Roy Bennett
“She had walked to the brink, abandoning all belief, and just before the bitter end, she was pulled from the abyss by faith.” ―Sage Steadman,Upon Destiny’s Song
“Maybe we are a little crazy. After all, we believe in things we don’t see. The Scriptures say that faith is “being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see” (Heb. 11:1). We believe poverty can end even though it is all around us. We believe in peace even though we hear only rumours of wars. And since we are people of expectation, we are so convinced that another world is coming that we start living as if it were already here.” ―Shane Claiborne,The Irresistible Revolution: Living as an Ordinary Radical
“God had faith in us to look after everything in and on the Earth. We just didn’t have faith in ourselves to do it.” ―Anthony T.Hincks
“The verge between sea and land marked the manifestation of the symbolic transition between the known and the unknown. Between life and death, spirit and mind, between an unlimited host of elements and forces contrary yet locked together. Lives were given to the seas, treasures were flung into their depths. And, upon the waters themselves, ships and their crews were dragged into the deep time and again.” ―Steven Erikson,Midnight Tides
“Japan likewise put her hopes of victory on a different basis from that prevalent in the United States. (…) Even when she was winning, her civilian statesmen, her High Command, and her soldiers repeated that this was no contest between armaments; it was pitting of our faith in things against their faith in spirit.” ―Ruth Benedict,The Chrysanthemum and the Sword: Patterns of Japanese Culture
“What we call rational grounds for our beliefs are often extremely irrational attempts to justify our instincts.” ―Thomas Henry Huxley