What's the difference? Faith and Believe???

@Jenning (2025)
Nigeria
September 21, 2016 7:29pm CST
These two terms have been greatly misunderstood and hence mistaken, one for the other. Believe: is acknowledging to a thing, fact, event or happening, been assured about it in your heart; or accepting a thing as true, having confidence in it in your heart. On the other hand, what's Faith? This my definition of faith; Faith is the response of the human spirit to the word of GOD, Faith is the corresponding action birthed by what is been believed. I believe, therefore I'm taking this step. That's Faith! 'Yea, a man may say, Thou hast faith, and I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works.' - James 2 vs 18 {KJV} What do you think?
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@shivamani10 (11159)
• Hyderabad, India
22 Sep 16
faith is the soul and believe is the body. Faith does not change whereas belief can be changed depending upon your experiences
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@Jenning (2025)
• Nigeria
25 Sep 16
This' deep
@advokatku (4039)
• Indonesia
22 Sep 16
Your opinion is great, you have put the differences of faith and Believe. Just like you, I think faith is a result of our confidence vote against the rule of God as told in the book of religion. Meanwhile, believe is the result of our thoughts because of the influence of the doctrine and the opinions of experts.
@Jenning (2025)
• Nigeria
25 Sep 16
Talk more about this 'I think faith is a result of our confidence vote against the rule of God as told in the book of religion.' Thanks
@Bluedoll (17209)
• Canada
22 Sep 16
If I was a scientist I might define belief as something that needs proofs. But since belief is also about spiritual needs then to believe for me means to believe in someone you trust. Like a loving parent we don't need proof of their love, we only just receive it. Faith for me is confidence in outcomes even though they are unknown to us. One we can be hold on to strongly the other can be weak.