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Council of Trent

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1 7,1| CHAPTER III. ~Who are justified through Christ. ~But, though 2 7,1| Christ, they never would be justified; seeing that, in that new 3 7,1| faith) no man was ever justified; lastly, the alone formal 4 7,1| hearts of those that are justified, and is inherent therein: 5 7,1| understood, that the impious is justified by faith, and gratuitously. ~ 6 7,1| Apostle saith, that man is justified by faith and freely, those 7 7,1| are therefore said to be justified by faith, because faith 8 7,1| are therefore said to be justified freely, because that none 9 7,1| that they who are truly justified must needs, without any 10 7,1| themselves that they are justified, and that no one is absolved 11 7,1| is absolved from sins and justified, but he that believes for 12 7,1| that he is absolved and justified; and that absolution and 13 7,1| Having, therefore, been thus justified, and made the friends and 14 7,1| Christ, and are still further justified, as it is written; He that 15 7,1| that is just, let him be justified still; and again, Be not 16 7,1| again, Be not afraid to be justified even to death; and also, 17 7,1| see that by works a man is justified, and not by faith only. 18 7,1| no one, how much soever justified, ought to think himself 19 7,1| impossible for one that is justified. For God commands not impossibilities, 20 7,1| those who have been once justified by His grace, unless he 21 7,1| same Apostle admonishes the justified, saying; Know you not that 22 7,1| were true, that he that is justified, either cannot sin any more, 23 7,1| Justification, they may be again justified, when, God exciting them, 24 7,1| therefore, who have been justified in this manner,-whether 25 7,1| his virtue into the said justified,-as the head into the members, 26 7,1| further is wanting to the justified, to prevent their being 27 7,1| ours, because that we are justified from its being inherent 28 7,1| faithfully and firmly cannot be justified, it hath seemed good to 29 7,1| one saith, that man may be justified before God by his own works, 30 7,1| faith alone the impious is justified; in such wise as to mean, 31 7,1| He merited for us to be justified; or that it is by that justice 32 7,1| one saith, that men are justified, either by the sole imputation 33 7,1| the grace, whereby we are justified, is only the favour of God; 34 7,1| alone is that whereby we are justified; let him be anathema. ~CANON 35 7,1| absolved from his sins and justified, because that he assuredly 36 7,1| believed himself absolved and justified; or, that no one is truly 37 7,1| or, that no one is truly justified but he who believes himself 38 7,1| he who believes himself justified; and that, by this faith 39 7,1| man, who is born again and justified, is bound of faith to believe 40 7,1| are, even for one that is justified and constituted in grace, 41 7,1| saith, that the man who is justified and how perfect soever, 42 7,1| any one saith, that the justified, either is able to persevere, 43 7,1| one saith, that a man once justified can sin no more, nor lose 44 7,1| and sins was never truly justified; or, on the other hand, 45 7,1| any one saith, that the justified sins when he performs good 46 7,1| good works of one that is justified are in such manner the gifts 47 7,1| good merits of him that is justified; or, that the said justified, 48 7,1| justified; or, that the said justified, by the good works which

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