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Article: What Is Faith? - Faith is an integral part of the Christian life. But what is faith? What does faith look like? - ExploreGod.com

Article: What Is Faith? - Faith is an integral part of the Christian life. But what is faith? What does faith look like? - ExploreGod.com

The GOD of all Creation sent the Son for all Creation to save man for all time for the simple reason that GOD loves us! GOD is not interested in our excuse of how dirty or unworthy we are, which GOD saw from before we were born and still died for us to come back to him, to experience HIS divine love in this life for us.

The GOD of all Creation sent the Son for all Creation to save man for all time for the simple reason that GOD loves us! GOD is not interested in our excuse of how dirty or unworthy we are, which GOD saw from before we were born and still died for us to come back to him, to experience HIS divine love in this life for us.

"Que el sermón principal de tu vida lo predique tu conducta". - Charles Spurgeon.

"Que el sermón principal de tu vida lo predique tu conducta". - Charles Spurgeon.

"If your Christian life has become stale and musty, it's time to remember what Christ has done for you and to ask that He restore your excitement." ~ Charles Stanley

"If your Christian life has become stale and musty, it's time to remember what Christ has done for you and to ask that He restore your excitement." ~ Charles Stanley

St. Josemaria Escriva, ora pro nobis!  "Let us work. Let us work a lot and work well, without forgetting that prayer is our best weapon. That is why I will never tire of repeating that we have to be contemplative souls in the midst of the world, who try to convert their work into prayer."
Furrow, 497

St. Josemaria Escriva, ora pro nobis! "Let us work. Let us work a lot and work well, without forgetting that prayer is our best weapon. That is why I will never tire of repeating that we have to be contemplative souls in the midst of the world, who try to convert their work into prayer." Furrow, 497

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