Without Our Work, Done

He is not righteous who does much, but he who, without work, believes much in Christ.2]

The law says, “Do this,” and it is never done. Grace says, “believe in this,” and everything is already done.26

Actually one could call the work of Christ an acting work and our work an accomplished work pleasing to God by the grace of the acting work.27

The love of God does not find, but creates, that which is pleasing to it. The love of man comes into being through that which is pleasing to it 28

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