Leap of Faith

Idiom

Leap of Faith

Definition

Refers to a situation in which one takes a risk, usually a substantial one, without knowing what the outcome will be.

Examples

After much deliberation, I decided to take a leap of faith and move to a new city

I knew I had to take a leap of faith if I was going to succeed in this business venture

Origin

Believed to be from the Bible

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