1. Sārajja Sutta.– Five qualities that give self-confidence (vesārajja) to a monk: he has faith (saddho hoti), he is virtuous (sīlavā hoti), he has learning (bahussuto hoti), he has energy (āraddhavīriyo hoti), he is wise (paññavā hoti). A.iii.127.
2. Sārajja Sutta.– Similar to Sutta (1). With the same five qualities a monk is self-possessed (visārado hoti) when approaching (okkanto) an assembly. A.iii.183.
3. Sārajja Sutta.– Abstention from breaking the five precepts (taking life, stealing, sexual misconduct, wrong speech, and taking intoxicants) gives a lay supporter self-confidence. A.iii.203.