restore (one's) faith in (someone or something)

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restore (one's) faith in (someone or something)

To cause one to trust or believe in someone or something again. I must say, Richard, this whole situation has made us very wary. It will take some diligent work on your part to restore our faith in you. The success of their recent product has restored investors' faith in the company.
See also: faith, restore
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However simple this may seem, it's time to get back to basics and restore faith in our ability to do what is right.
CalCPA remains committed to ensuring that reforms are enacted which restore faith in the profession and our financial markets.