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§ 43. Concomitants and Consequences of Justifying Faith.

Having discussed faith as the means by which we partake of salvation, and justification as the effect of faith, there remain to be described the internal conditions and the moral change which occur in man at the same time with and after justification. But these, however, are also operations of the Holy Ghost. Agreeably to the order in which the Holy Spirit produces them [1] we enumerate: 1. The Call; 2. Illumination; 3. Regeneration and Conversion; 4. Mystical Union; 5. Renovation.

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