Faith is not based on ETHNICITY, THE COLOR OF YOUR SKIN, or GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION.
What do you believe?
FAITH as defined by;
Faith by The Random House Dictionary copyright 1978: 1.) complete confidence or trust. 2.) belief in God or the doctrines of religion. 3.) a system of religious belief 4.) loyalty or fidelity. 5.) bad faith, deceit or duplicity. 6.) good faith, honesty or sincerity. 7.) in faith, Archaic. indeed.
Faith by Webster’s American English Dictionary copyright 1999: 1.) allegiance 2.) belief and trust in God 3.) confidence 4.) system of religious beliefs.
Faith by The Holman Bible Dictionary copyright 1991: Trusting commitment of one person to another, particularly of a person to God. Faith is the central concept of Christianity. One may be called a Christian only if one has faith.
Our English word “faith” comes from the Latin fides, as developed through the Old French words fei and feid. In Middle English (1150-1475) “faith” replaced a word that eventually evolved into “belief.” “Faith” came to mean “loyalty to a person to whom one is bound by promise or duty.” Faith was fidelity. “Belief” came to be distinguished from faith as an intellectual process having to do with the acceptance of a proposition. The verb form of “faith” dropped out of English usage toward the end of the sixteenth century.
Following Jesus is by “FAITH” and it is for everyone, no matter where you are. Jesus; the Son, the Father, the Spirit, the man that changed history.
A truth that has the power of change and the promise of eternity.