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Instead, we have seen that the confidence with which we are to face the day of judgment is a result of love perfected in us. Though His love is effectual, God has decided not to complete our sanctification apart from our own efforts to submit to and manifest His love. He wills and works within us, calling us to work out our salvation in fear and trembling, because He has given us a role to play in our spiritual growth Phil. Though in the final analysis our sanctification is the inseparable result of our justification, we must always be careful not to confuse these aspects of our salvation. Our efforts to be holy do not obligate God to declare us righteous in His sight and therefore worthy of heaven. While our efforts play a role in sanctification, they play no role in justification Gal.
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These words from the first letter of John beautifully and succinctly sum up the origin and end of the Christian life—which, in a word, is love. To participate in that endless exchange of love is what it means to be a Christian. It is the center from which all other aspects of the Christian life emanate. I fear that a significant number of Catholic men miss this point and regard something other than love as the central point of being a follower of Christ. Is it not the case, though, that so many of us fail to understand this? This problem, it seems, is precisely what Pope Francis was warning the faithful against in his recently released Apostolic Exhortation, Gaudete et Exsultate.