They opt to be human “doing” rather than a human “being”. (pg. 29) With God in your world, you aren’t an accident or an incident; you are a gift to the world, a divine work of art, signed by God. (pg. 30) We are significant, not because of what we do, but because of whose we are. (pg. 31) God justifies the believer, not because of the worthiness of his belief, but because of [Christ’] worthiness. (pg. 51) God is the One who saves His children. There is only one name under heaven that has the power to save, and that name is not yours. (pg. 53) Salvation is God-given, God-driven, God-empowered, and God-originated. (pg. 71)

Max Lucado, In the Grip of Grace