Soul and Inspiration

Arrington, Rob
December 2008
Empty Closet;Dec2008/Jan2009, Issue 419, p11B
The article reflects on the common belief of people in the power and action of faith. In the author's view, faith has authority to strengthen humans to distinguish and endure their daily living. He asserts that faith is what caused African American Barack Obama to be elected as president of the U.S. He urges people to apply their faith to bring about change in the country.


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