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1. What do you consider Faith? Faith is believing in the unknown.
2. Is faith something you think everyone should have, why or Why not? Yes. It has personally gotten me very far and I cannot see living life without it.
3. Do you believe there is a limit to faith? No! My faith is in God and therefore I believe that He has no boundaries or limits in what He can do.
4. Explain time where you had to show faith? I recently prayed very hard for a new job. I heard a sermon that said to turn worry into worship so I did. I would say I worshiped God in advance for my new job that He was going to bless me with and He did! I believe that was my reward in exercising my faith!
5. Do you believe church going people only can show faith, why or why not? No. I do not believe church goers are the only ones that can show faith. Faith is believing in something or someone. People believe/have faith in their children, job, spouse, teammates, etc.
6. Do you believe faith comes naturally, explain? No, I do not believe faith comes naturally. Some people can have natural faith depending on their perception of life and or a situation. However overall I think that faith is something that grows over time and with experience.
7. How do you implement faith in your everyday activity? I would implement faith in my everyday activity by always having a positive attitude. Always believe that things are possible.
8. How would you encourage someone to have faith? I would encourage others to have faith my encouraging them to be an optimist. I would help them to believe that ALL things are possible if they have faith. I would point things out in their life to show them ways that having faith was the end reward of a situation.
9. Why would faith be a inspiration in your relationship? Faith is an inspiration in my relationship because of my religion. Because of my belief/faith in God, it is necessary that we both believe and exercise our faith to get us through the good and bad.
10. Do you

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