Do you believe or have faith? Oprah Winfrey sat down with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show to explore those two words.
"You cannot be in the world without believing in something, even if you don’t call it a deity. There are people who believe in working hard and striving for their best, but don’t have a necessary religious belief," Oprah told Stephen, adding that faith is knowing that no matter what, you’re going to be ok.
The conversation stayed on a spiritual path while Oprah and Stephen exchanged their favorite passages from the Bible.
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