1 O, George, we must have faith.
2 Tom is a noble-hearted, faithful fellow, if he is black.
3 Mas'r Legree, as ye bought me, I'll be a true and faithful servant to ye.
4 "I'll keep my faith with him, too," said St. Clare, as he closed the door.
5 St. Clare leaned his head on his shoulder, and wrung the hard, faithful, black hand.
6 She felt, too, for those fond, faithful servants, to whom she was as daylight and sunshine.
7 The friend who knew most of Eva's own imaginings and foreshadowings was her faithful bearer, Tom.
8 It would be hard to say what place she held in the soft, impressible heart of her faithful attendant.
9 He was an expert and efficient workman in whatever he undertook; and was, both from habit and principle, prompt and faithful.
10 But he convinced me that it would be impossible; and he told me that, if we were only faithful to each other, it was marriage before God.
11 Well, now and then one, whom Nature makes so impracticably simple, truthful and faithful, that the worst possible influence can't destroy it.
12 In fact, St. Clare felt himself borne, on the tide of his faith and feeling, almost to the gates of that heaven he seemed so vividly to conceive.
13 The atheistic taunts of his cruel master sunk his before dejected soul to the lowest ebb; and, though the hand of faith still held to the eternal rock, it was a numb, despairing grasp.
14 When the dim gray of dawn woke the slumberers to go forth to the field, there was among those tattered and shivering wretches one who walked with an exultant tread; for firmer than the ground he trod on was his strong faith in Almighty, eternal love.
15 Trusted to an unlimited extent by a careless master, who handed him a bill without looking at it, and pocketed the change without counting it, Tom had every facility and temptation to dishonesty; and nothing but an impregnable simplicity of nature, strengthened by Christian faith, could have kept him from it.
16 The faithful old heart felt a sudden thrust; and Tom thought how often he had noticed, within six months, that Eva's little hands had grown thinner, and her skin more transparent, and her breath shorter; and how, when she ran or played in the garden, as she once could for hours, she became soon so tired and languid.
17 The principle of reliance and unquestioning faith, which is its foundation, is more a native element in this race than any other; and it has often been found among them, that a stray seed of truth, borne on some breeze of accident into hearts the most ignorant, has sprung up into fruit, whose abundance has shamed that of higher and more skilful culture.
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