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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
Faith flourishes in solitude.  Benjamin Disraeli.  1
Faith sees by the ears.  2
He distrusts his own faith who often swears.  Italian.  3
Meek faith converts the couch of pain into a bed of roses,
For there we moral vigor gain to bear what God disposes.  Pennia Moïses.
Much knowledge of things divine escapes us through want of faith.  Heraclitus.  5
Pin not your faith on another’s sleeve.  6
The ancient faith knows no guile.  Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine.  7
To revive faith is more difficult than to create it.  Benjamin Disraeli.  8
Who don’t keep faith with God, won’t keep it with man.  Dutch.  9

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