Faith is therefore to be considered as the gift of God, not on account of
its being offered by God to man, to be accepted or rejected at his pleasure,
but because it is in reality conferred upon him, breathed and infused into him;
nor even because God bestows the power or ability to believe, and then expects
that man should by the exercise of his own free will consent to the terms of
salvation and actually believe in Christ, but because He who works in man both
to will and to work, and indeed all things in all, produces both the will to
believe and the act of believing also.