XIII. Concerning Grace
92. He believes that the Christ by his merits did purchase salvation for sin; and yet he believes that his salvation is of grace.
93. He believes that God will not acquit the wicked; and yet he believes that God justifies the ungodly.
94. He believes that by faith without the works of the Law we are justified, and yet he believes that faith without works does not justify.
95. He knows that grace is much resisted, and yet he believes that there is nothing [that] works so irresistibly.
96. He believes that he cannot be saved by his working; and yet he believes that he is to work out his own salvation with fear and trembling.