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You could stand to learn the difference between religion and Faith.
Faith is a verb.
[5/30/2009 1:48:16 AM]
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...You could stand to learn what a fucking verb is.
11/1/2009 2:40:35 PM
You were home schooled weren't you?
11/1/2009 4:42:37 PM
OMG so much fail....so much laughter.
11/1/2009 4:51:49 PM
really?... alright then, GO FAITH YOURSELF!
3/23/2010 9:47:38 PM
When trying to teach grammar, you should learn it first. BWHAHAHAHAHAHA
3/23/2010 9:51:37 PM
You could stand to learn some second-grade grammar.
Faith is a noun.
10/16/2011 5:27:51 AM
(Makes as much sense as the rest of the original posting)
10/16/2011 7:00:50 AM
OK! I have now deduced the meaning of faith, a verb! i will now use it in a sentence:
12/6/2011 6:05:12 PM
So, I just got back from faithing my faith, and then I faithed my faith. It faithed all night long. I faith it so much. True story.
12/6/2011 7:43:42 PM
1. A complete trust or confidence in someone or something. :This restores one's faith in politicians.
2. Strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof.
•a system of religious belief : the Christian faith
•a strongly held belief or theory : the faith that life will expand until it fills the universe.
Break (or keep) faith be disloyal (or loyal) : an attempt to make us break faith with our customers.
ORIGINS Middle English : from Old French feid, from Latin fides.
Guess what you get, Turner. AN F! F!!!
12/6/2011 9:15:52 PM
3/3/2012 12:41:54 PM
No it isn't.
8/3/2012 10:46:39 AM
Did this person not watch
8/3/2012 11:03:54 AM
As it turns out, faith can be used as a verb:
: believe, trust
Note: "archaic". Nobody actually uses the word "faith" like this any more.
8/30/2014 12:34:35 AM
"You could stand to learn the difference between religion and Faith.
Faith is a verb."
...now you see how - and why - your argument destroys itself?
before you speak, Enoch's fart.
8/30/2014 3:02:38 AM