22 Loss Of Faith Quotes And Sayings

Once you lose your faith in God, it can be difficult to regain it. Many people don’t expect to lose their faith, but do so nonetheless. Others have lost their faith for a variety of reasons, including abuse or other traumatic experiences, but have been able to get back on the right path again. Even if you’ve lost your faith for a while, there are still a number of ways to find it again Read more

The following collection of quotes will help you find your way back.

There are only two most powerful situations- being so small...
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There are only two most powerful situations- being so small that you have nothing to lose and being so big that you don't care what you lose! Jasleen Kaur Gumber
She wondered that hope was so much harder then despair.
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She wondered that hope was so much harder then despair. Patricia Briggs
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I see God now as an unimaginative writer of popular fictions, someone who builds stories around sadistic and graceless plots, narratives that exist only to express His terror of a woman's power to choose who and how to love, to redefine love as she sees fit, not as God thinks it ought to be. The author is unworthy of His own characters. Joe Hill
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God whispered, "You endured a lot. For that I am truly sorry, but grateful. I needed you to struggle to help so many. Through that process you would grow into who you have now become. Didn't you know that I gave all my struggles to my favorite children? One only needs to look at the struggles given to your older brother Jesus to know how important you have been to me. Shannon L. Alder
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Without hope we fail to exist. Lailah Gifty Akita
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When you look back with regret, that (regret, loss) becomes your focus. Then your focus directs you: you go back to that — again and again. Choose a new rudder: Look forward now — and focus on your passion with joyful anticipation. Then your passion will fill the empty space of your loss...and where you land up will amaze you! The Truth
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When you look back with regret, that (regret, loss) becomes your focus. Then your focus directs you: you go back to that — again and again. Look forward now — and focus on your passions with joyful anticipation. Then your passion will fill the gap of your loss...and where you land us will amaze you! The Truth
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Do we reflect on life? Someday this life will be gone. Lailah Gifty Akita
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Somewhere out there, a higherform of sadism, won the first round. Well, screw that. I'm not ready to bepwned. Clyde DeSouza
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Following the death of his wife, Sam Johnson wrote to the Reverend Mr. Thomas Warton, "I have ever since seemed to myself broken off from mankind; a kind of solitary wanderer in the wilds of life, without any certain direction, or fixed point of view: a gloomy gazer on a world to which I have little relation." But my wife wasn't dead, merely absent. Mordecai Richler
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May you comfort and healing. Lailah Gifty Akita
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It isn't fair how I doubt him, and I wonder if he'll ever gather that my loss of faith extends further than I'd ever known it would, severing lines of trust and leveling my confidence like a city-flattening tornado. Tammara Webber
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You must understand, owing to my loss of faith in life, I had gradually, inevitably embarked upon a small world of my creation. Lawrence G. Taylor
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Loss is like a wind, it either carries you to a new destination or it traps you in an ocean of stagnation. You must quickly learn how to navigate the sail, for stagnation is death. Val Uchendu
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I wish to go down under the waters–the cool, crystalline waters that I knew, where allthat is, here, existing, isis only to be lost within the susurrationsand the rumours of water and the evening starwe wait for... John Daniel Thieme
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When nothing becomes the vocal Then nothing becomes the focal And nothing’s becoming at all Kate Kaiser
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People who have recently lost someone have a certain look, recognizable maybe only to those who have seen that look on their own faces. I have noticed it on my face and I notice it now on others. The look is one of extreme vulnerability, nakedness, openness. It is the look of someone who walks from the ophthalmologist's office into the bright daylight with dilated eyes, or of someone who wears glasses and is suddenly made to take them off. These people who have lost someone look naked because they think themselves invisible. I myself felt invisible for a period of time, incorporeal. I seemed to have crossed one of those legendary rivers that divide the living from the dead, entered a place in which I could be seen only by those who were themselves recently bereaved. I understood for the first time the power in the image of the rivers, the Styx, the Lethe, the cloaked ferryman with his pole. I understood for the first time the meaning in the practice of suttee. Widows did not throw themselves on the burning raft out of grief. The burning raft was instead an accurate representation of the place to which their grief (not their families, not the community, not custom, their grief) had taken them. Joan Didion
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[Ilse] was suffering so keenly that she wanted to arraign the universe at the bar of her pain. L.m. Montgomery
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Maybe awful things is how God speaks to us, Vernon thought, trudging up the lightless tunnel. Maybe folks don’t trust in good things no more. Maybe awful things is all God’s got to remind us he’s alive. Maybe war is God come to life in men. Vernon pushed on toward the light of day. He stepped out onto the ledge and into the heat, and it felt like leaving a theater after the matinee had shown a sad film, the glare of sunshine after the darkness far too real to suffer. Alan Heathcock
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Laws on killing, even God's demands, didn't allow for peace. Not always. There'd still be pain; missing that child would break her parents' hearts. But what Helen knew, what she'd seen in those woods, would be too much for them, for everybody. Alan Heathcock
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I thought of the old proverb: Where there are three physicians, there are two atheists. Regina OMelveny