Arthur Frederick Ostrander - Biography - Faith

Faith

Arthur was raised an Episcopalian, but later joined the Chesapeake Avenue United Methodist Church, Chesapeake, Virginia where his wife was a member. He was a Master Mason and long-term member of the South Norfolk Masonic Lodge of Chesapeake, Virginia.

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Famous quotes containing the word faith:

    Your faith an’ trouth yese never get
    Nor our trew Love shall never twain
    Till ye come within my bower
    And kiss me both cheek and chin.

    My mouth it is full cold, Margret,
    It has the smell now of the ground;
    An’ if I kiss thy com’ly mouth
    Thy life days will not be long.
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    Simone Weil (1909–1943)

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    McLeod: Which one are you?
    Thornton: I’m Thornton.
    Leigh Brackett (1915–1978)