We must never think of salvation as a kind of transaction between God and us in which He contributes grace and we contribute faith.  For we were dead and had to be quickened before we could believe.  No, Christ’s apostles clearly teach elsewhere that saving faith too is God’s gracious gift.

We must never think of salvation as a kind of transaction between God and us in which He contributes grace and we contribute faith.  For we were dead and had to be quickened before we could believe.  No, Christ’s apostles clearly teach elsewhere that saving faith too is God’s gracious gift.

We must never think of salvation as a kind of transaction between God and us in which He contributes grace and we contribute faith.  For we were dead and had to be quickened before we could believe.  No, Christ’s apostles clearly teach elsewhere that saving faith too is God’s gracious gift.

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