A state of tranquillity: freedom from disturbance. WISDOM
The exercise of sound judgement. Discerning betweentruth and error. PATIENCE
The quality of bearing offenses without anger or revenge;trusting the timetable of the Lord. MERCY
Tenderness of heart which disposes a person tooverlook error.
Exact comprehension, intelligence between two or morepersons.
To place confiedence in, with the belief that it will beobtained.
Increasing in truth and light.
To organize. to bestow intelligence upon.
A Principe of Action through which power is obtainedfrom Heaven.
The present state of existance.
A clear and certain perception of truth and facts.
To bestow or impart to another person without equivalentor reward.
To reduce arrogance and self-dependence.
The free unmerited love and favor of God.
Oneness and Undivided having the same spirit dwellingin them
The Communication of truth to Men by God himself
Holy; Entitled to reverence consecrated to God.
The right of governing, autohority given to a person toact.
Deliverance; Perservation from Destruction,
Danger or great Calamity.
Light and Truth, The possession of which bestowspower.
Without beginning or end of existense.
Elevation to the highest degree in which all powers areincreased.
The sum of all excellence.
The pure love of christ.
To Conquer over the adversary.
Solidity without yielding.
To fill with illumination.
Submissive to the divine will.
Act of Good Will.
A Supreme Reality.
An Assemblage of graces.
A delight of the mind.
Free from impurity ot sin.
Labor for the benefit of another.
To Inspire and give hope.
Guiltless, unspotted, innocent.
Without constraint or control.
Pertaining to the true God.
Purity of heart.
Conformity to the moral law.
To strive to be equal to.
Remission of a debt or offense.
Act with Integrity and fairness.
Having worth or excellence.
Having full Belief.
Conformity to the divine law.
Compliance with a Command.
Readily receiving instruction.
We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent,virtuous, and in doing good to all men;
Indeed, we may say that we follow the admonition of Paul
We believe all things, we hope all things, we haveendured many things, aтв hope to be able to endure all things. If there is anything virtuous, lovely, or of good report or praise worthy, we seek after these things.