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2226We believe that men are saved by faith alone, but not by a faith which is alone. They are saved by faith without works, but not by a faith which is without works.—21.25, 26
Charles Spurgeon
Faith is both God’s gift and man’s act. The Lord is the author of our faith, but we ourselves believe.
Strong Faith, Volume 23, Sermon #1367 - Romans 4:20
Charles Spurgeon
3749 It is never our merit God looks at but our faith. If there is only one strand of faith amongst all the corruption within us, God will take hold of that one strand.
Oswald Chambers
What saves is faith alone, but the faith that saves is never alone.
J. I. Packer
Without faith it is impossible to please God, but not all faith pleases God.16
A. W. Tozer
Our faith is never perfect … we are partly unbelievers.
John Calvin
Faith that is sure of itself is not faith; faith that is sure of God is the only faith there is.
Oswald Chambers
What is saving faith? He described saving faith as fides viva, a living faith, a vital faith, a faith that was beating with a heart pulsating after God.
R. C. Sproul

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