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1 4,1 | begin and proceed by the grace of God, It ordains and decrees 2 6,1 | one denies, that, by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, 3 6,1 | but resist manfully by the grace of Jesus Christ; yea, he 4 7,1 | merit of His passion, the grace whereby they are made just. 5 7,1 | thereof under the law of grace. ~By which words, a description 6 7,1 | first Adam, to the state of grace, and of the adoption of 7 7,1 | derived from the prevenient grace of God, through Jesus Christ, 8 7,1 | quickening and assisting grace, to convert themselves to 9 7,1 | co-operating with that said grace: in such sort that, while 10 7,1 | own free will, without the grace of God, to move himself 11 7,1 | we are prevented by the grace of God. ~CHAPTER VI. ~The 12 7,1 | excited and assisted by divine grace, conceiving faith by hearing, 13 7,1 | justifies the impious by His grace, through the redemption 14 7,1 | voluntary reception of the grace, and of the gifts, whereby 15 7,1 | faith or works-merit the grace itself of justification. 16 7,1 | justification. For, if it be a grace, it is not now by works, 17 7,1 | as the same Apostle says, grace is no more grace. ~CHAPTER 18 7,1 | Apostle says, grace is no more grace. ~CHAPTER IX. ~Against the 19 7,1 | apprehension touching his own grace; seeing that no one can 20 7,1 | that he has obtained the grace of God. ~CHAPTER X. ~On 21 7,1 | have received through the grace of Christ, and are still 22 7,1 | have had access unto this grace. For God forsakes not those 23 7,1 | been once justified by His grace, unless he be first forsaken 24 7,1 | themselves wanting to His grace, as he has begun the good 25 7,1 | unless they be with God's grace, obedient to the Apostle, 26 7,1 | fallen from the received grace of Justification, they may 27 7,1 | merit of Christ, of the grace lost: for this manner of 28 7,1 | plank after the shipwreck of grace lost. For, on behalf of 29 7,1 | those who, ungrateful to the grace of God which they have received, 30 7,1 | That, by every mortal sin, grace is lost, but not faith. ~ 31 7,1 | maintained, that the received grace of Justification is lost, 32 7,1 | with the help of divine grace, they can refrain, and on 33 7,1 | they are separated from the grace of Christ. ~CHAPTER XVI. ~ 34 7,1 | preserved uninterruptedly the grace received, or whether they 35 7,1 | hoping in God, both as a grace mercifully promised to the 36 7,1 | however, that they depart in grace: seeing that Christ, our 37 7,1 | of the law, without the grace of God through Jesus Christ; 38 7,1 | any one saith, that the grace of God, through Jesus Christ, 39 7,1 | if, by free will without grace, he were able to do both, 40 7,1 | he ought, so as that the grace of Justification may be 41 7,1 | itself for obtaining the grace of Justification; that it 42 7,1 | strives to dispose himself for grace, the more grievously he 43 7,1 | order to the obtaining the grace of Justification, and that 44 7,1 | to the exclusion of the grace and the charity which is 45 7,1 | in them; or even that the grace, whereby we are justified, 46 7,1 | any one saith, that the grace of Justification is only 47 7,1 | indeed, but receive not grace, as being, by the divine 48 7,1 | justified and constituted in grace, impossible to keep; let 49 7,1 | can sin no more, nor lose grace, and that therefore he that 50 7,1 | of infidelity; or, that grace once received is not lost 51 7,1 | If any one saith, that, grace being lost through sin, 52 7,1 | baptism, is not able by the grace of God to rise again; or, 53 7,1 | one saith, that, after the grace of Justification has been 54 7,1 | he performs through the grace of God and the merit of 55 7,1 | truly merit increase of grace, eternal life, and the attainment 56 7,1 | however, that he depart in grace,-and also an increase of 57 8,1 | through faith alone, the grace of justification;-though 58 8,1 | New Law do not contain the grace which they signify; or, 59 8,1 | they do not confer that grace on those who do not place 60 8,1 | merely outward signs of grace or justice received through 61 8,1 | If any one saith, that grace, as far as God's part is 62 8,1 | sacraments of the New Law grace is not conferred through 63 8,1 | suffices for the obtaining of grace; let him be anathema. ~CANON 64 8,1 | even if he would, lose grace, let him sin ever so much, 65 11,2 | Redeemer; hoping that, by the grace and bounty of God, all Christian 66 14,1 | visible form of an invisible grace; but there is found in the 67 14,3 | surreption or obreption of any grace, obtained under false pretences, 68 14,3 | shall not admit the said grace, after that it shall have 69 15,1 | baptism by His bounty and grace; there would not have been 70 15,1 | neccessary, in order to attain to grace and justice, for all men 71 15,1 | dispose him to obtain the grace of God in the sacrament 72 15,1 | sacrament of Penance confers grace without any good motion 73 15,1 | are not excluded from the grace of God, and into which we 74 15,1 | baptism, be received into grace in one manner; and in another 75 15,2 | very aptly represents the grace of the Holy Ghost with which 76 15,2 | thing here signified is the grace of the Holy Ghost; whose 77 15,2 | from Cod, nor a promise of grace: nor those who assert that 78 15,2 | only to be referred to the grace of healing in the primitive 79 15,3 | sorrow, does not prepare for grace, but makes a man a hypocrite 80 15,3 | obscure the doctrine of grace, and the true worship of 81 15,4 | the sick does not confer grace, nor remit sin, nor comfort( 82 15,4 | it were of old only the grace of working Cures; let him 83 22,1 | are not defrauded of any grace necessary to salvation. ~ 84 22,1 | cannot, at that age, lose the grace which they have already 85 23,1 | we obtain mercy, and find grace in seasonable aid, if we 86 23,1 | thereof, and granting the grace and gift of penitence, forgives 87 24,1 | Fathers, it is clear that grace is conferred by sacred ordination, 88 24,1 | thee that thou stir up the grace of God, which is in thee 89 25,1 | man put asunder. But, the grace which might perfect that 90 25,1 | evangelical law, excels in grace, through Christ, the ancient 91 25,2 | that it does not confer grace; let him be anathema. ~CANON 92 26,14| worthy of the mercies and grace of the first and great supreme


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