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- n. The state of being faithful; allegiance; loyalty; fidelity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the trait of being faithful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality or character of being faithful; fidelity; truth; loyalty; constancy.
- n. Synonyms Constancy, Fidelity, etc. See firmness.
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- n. the quality of being faithful
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It's about reflecting the call of Jesus as recorded in Matthew 25 to serve the needs of the poor, the ill and those who are oppressed as an expression of faithfulness to him.
Its message of sexual abstinence and faithfulness is the ideal formula for avoiding HIV/AIDS on a personal basis and reducing AIDS in the society.
It resides in faithfulness to our great constitutional ideals.
But if he fails in faithfulness which by his oath he is bound unto, then he must answer for it.
This is no sense at all of the faithfulness of God, neither is the word ever used in Scripture to signify any such thing in God or man, nor can it with any tolerable sense be applied to any such thing; neither would there be any analogy between that which in God we call faithfulness and that virtue in man which is so termed.
I think even a dog's faithfulness is out of place in such circumstances.
"Christ" (Heb 3: 1), highly as they regard Moses who resembled Him in faithfulness (Heb 3: 2). was -- Greek, "has been." counted worthy of more glory -- by God, when He exalted Him to His own right hand.
Smyrna's faithfulness is rewarded by its candlestick not having been removed out of its place (Re 2: 5); Christianity has never wholly left it; whence the Turks call it, "Infidel Smyrna."
He now turns with unabated desire and trust to God, who, in His strength and faithfulness, is contrasted with the urgent dangers described.
I, who have in faithfulness given a promise of deliverance, am now about to fulfil it.