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    Justification and regeneration are simultaneous. The pardoned sinner becomes a child of God in justification.

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    Justification by faith alone, is the hinge upon which the whole of Christianity turns

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    Justification by faith is the hinge on which all true religion turns.

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    Justification by faith is the key to eliminating racism.

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    Shorten the runway and you have fewer takeoffs and landings, shorten the runway and you enhance safety and reduce the noise, ... It also reduces the justification for the buyout as it is now being proposed.

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    One whispered yes becomes the wind song over an ocean of no's.

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    Popularity has become its own justification.

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    Power is when you have every justification to kill someone, and then you don't.

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    Self-justification is a treacherous servant.

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    Nevertheless, the mode, the justification, and all the games involved in this war were dishonest.

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    Some of our children are our justifications and some are but our regrets

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    Terror breeds terror. I am completely opposed to both state terror and those who respond in a similar way. There is no justification for any group that associates itself with the Left to kill innocents and encourage suicide bombings.

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    Our justification hinges on a risen life, present in us now because Christ is present with us now.

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    The only justification for looking down on anyone is that you're going to stop and pick them up.

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    The only justification for our concepts and systems of concepts is that they serve to represent the complex of our experiences; beyond this they have not legitimacy.

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    The only justifications for belief have the form "justified for me".

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    The only justification of rebellion is success.

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    The heart of sanctification is the life which feeds on justification.

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    There is as much vanity in self-scourgings as in self-justification.

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    The real justification for psychedelics is that they feed new data into your model.

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    There is no justification for taking away individuals' freedom in the guise of public safety.

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    The missiles come first, and the justifications come second.

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    There is no justification for present existence other than its expansion into an indefinitely open future.

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    There is only one justification for universities, as distinguished from trade schools. They must be centers of criticism.

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    You exist if and only if you are free to do things without a visible objective, with no justification and, above all, outside the dictatorship of someone else's narrative.

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    The truest interpretations are those with the best justification.

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    This procedure [selecting the simplest law], however, has no logical justification but only a psychological one.

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    With fear come the lies and the justifications that, no matter how convincing, lower our self-esteem.

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    There are many justifications of silence; there can be none of insincerity.

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    The ultimate justification of the work of art is to help the spectator to become a work of art himself.

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    A hundred words put together to formulate an excuse will never resolve a conflict, political justifications are silly lies.

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    After years of working with missionaries, I am tempted to conclude that their endeavors merely prolong a dying race's agonies for ten or twenty years. The merciful plowman shoots a trusty horse grown too old for service. As philanthropists, might it not be our duty to likewise ameliorate the savages' sufferings by hastening their extinction? Think of your Red Indians, Adam, think on the treaties you Americans abrogate & renege on, time & time & time again. More humane, surely & more honest, just to knock the savages on the head & get it over with?

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    A justified person dies and rises in Christ, and so is delivered from sin, death and domination of flesh. Justification is, to introduce my neologism, a "deliverdict," a forensic act, a judicial verdict that in its very forensic character is an act of deliverance. It is a favorable judgement in the form of resurrection.

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    All prayers that beseech the mercy of God are finally and fully answered in that suffering Servant Whom God sent, Jesus Christ. We, even our desires, are saved because HE was bruised.

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    All feel justified. To find truth, a man must consider the possibility that he is wrong.

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    Antinomianism and legalism conspire in forcing us to make a false choice: Is salvation a matter of God's forgiveness or is it moral transformation? This is a trick question from the Reformers' point of view. Calvin reasons, "Surely those things which are connected do not destroy one another!" Forensic justification through faith alone is not the enemy but the basis of sanctification.

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    Antinous sighed. 'The gods wanted to destroy us,' he said. 'That's everyone's excuse for behaving badly,' I said.

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    A truly honorable person, would never convince another to stray, from their personal pursuit of honor. No, only one lacking this noble quality would try to justify and market, an existence without it.

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    A prior knowledge or justification is independent of experience

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    As a transmuted energy, anger is mirror-wisdom – undistracted, undistorted clarity. But in order for us to find this clarity, to polish this mirror, we need to cut through the insidious process of justification. Justification is the authority we invoke to license our anger. Because of this it is important not to allow space for the distorted indulgence of justification. This can be very difficult because the process of justification is a strong part of our education and a salient feature of the world’s cultural heritage. The nuclear balance of terror was part of that process. Totalitarian political movements (either extreme left or extreme right) are a manifestation of that process; and, unfortunately, it has also become part of the very ideologies that have arisen to benefit humanity. How often have we heard people saying: “Of course I’m angry! Wouldn’t anyone be angry?” And, of course, this is a purely rhetorical question. The concept that we have every right to feel anything that we feel needs to be called seriously into question. At best we can say that we simply feel what we feel. It is a delicate balance: to acknowledge emotional needs, on the one hand, and to have a sense of these needs being conceptually generated on the other. This balancing act requires the experience of emptiness, because without it, we either indulge ourselves or brutalise ourselves. The experience of emptiness, in this sense, helps us to view our emotions with a degree of humour – with more sanity and true perspective. With this sense of space we can find ourselves adopting a very powerful stance – the stance of a practitioner. Then it is no longer possible to say: “You have made me angry!” All we can say is: “I have made myself angry in reaction to what I have perceived you to have done to me”. In this way we make ourselves completely responsible for what we feel. That is really wonderful, because from this perspective we stop laying this responsibility on other people. Taking responsibility for whatever we may happen to be feeling is what enables us to kill justification. Dechen, Khandro; Chogyam, Ngakpa (2014-01-14). Spectrum of Ecstasy: Embracing the Five Wisdom Emotions of Vajrayana Buddhism (p. 143). Shambhala Publications. Kindle Edition.

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    A true King would not waste time justifying or explaining. He would simply state his will.

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    Before there could be any permanent reformation the people must be led to feel their utter inability in themselves to render obedience to God.

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    Better exert power than justify it!

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    Dès lors, chaque fois que nous l'entendons dire "ta foi t'a sauvé", nous comprenons qu'il ne dit pas tout simplement que seront sauvés ceux qui ont une forme de foi quelconque, quand bien même les oeuvres ne la suivraient pas.

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    Do not justify art, once you do, it limits the feelings it is apt to inflict. Art with Boundaries shadows all its principles.

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    Every transgression and disobedience receives a just recompense of reward, except with those who truly love themselves.

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    Evil would never bring Good, however much they wanted to believe that it would. By the time they discovered the truth, it would be too late.

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    God never grants justification without also giving sanctification at the same time ... Sanctification in us begins as an instantaneous act of the Holy Spirit and is carried forward by His continued action in our lives.

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    You can find justification for slavery in the Bible. Some say this is what the Bible says and that closes the argument.

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    En effet, ils n'ont ni connu ni fait la volonté de la loi ; ce qu'ils ont pensé, ils ont cru que la loi le voulait. Ainsi ils n'ont pas cru à la loi en tant que parole prophétique, ils n'ont vu en elle qu'une parole stérile. C'est par crainte, non par affection ni par foi qu'ils lui ont été fidèles; car Jésus-Christ, dont l'avènement a été prédit par la loi, est la fin de la loi pour justifier tous ceux qui croiront.

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