What is another word for with all one's heart?

69 synonyms found


[ wɪð ˈɔːl wˈɒnz hˈɑːt], [ wɪð ˈɔːl wˈɒnz hˈɑːt], [ w_ɪ_ð ˈɔː_l w_ˈɒ_n_z h_ˈɑː_t]

How to use "With all one's heart" in context?

"with all one's heart" is a phrase often used in religious literature. It means to have faith in what one is doing, or believes in. The phrase is often paired with the phrase "with all one's strength".

The phrase comes from the Bible, specifically from the book of Philippians. In it, Paul writes about how his faith is strong, even though he is struggling. He says that he has "all one's heart" focused on what he is doing. This phrase shows that having faith, even when things are tough, is possible.

Having all one's heart focused on something is important.

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