TEC said- And you STILL do not answer. You know what that tells me, right?
Uh, perhaps it tells you the same thing everyone has figured out about you already, but you seemingly don't yet realize that everyone else has figured it out?
TEC SAID- Also, we are speaking about faith in CHRIST... yes? If we are speaking about the definition of Hebrews... we are speaking about faith in CHrist and HIS Father. Not faith in men, as jws have given their faith TO. Or other such examples.
I can't speak for what YOU'VE been going on about this whole time, but YES: Hebrews 11 is discussing faith in the belief of "the promise" (Heaven), which is based on the presupposition that both God and Jesus exist. 'The promise' IS "the things hoped for", and NOTHING ELSE IS ADDED in Hebrews 11 (although the discussion of the church appears elsewhere in the NT, which is needed to make it to Heaven).
So TEC, in light of what you wrote:
(not voices though... one voice; Christ, in the spirit... within a person, but not necesarily in the head; and not heard with the physical ears; but an INNER voice)
Wouldn't it be less-confusing for others if you claimed that you actually experience Divine revelations?
I mean, you don't think Abraham or the others actually heard God via their physical ears, do you?
(Of course, there ARE accounts in the Bible where God appeared to men in mortal form, and presumably others could hear with their physical ears.)