The Poor Caitiff. Chapter Eleven: Of Man’s Will

Truly in the will is the root and beginning of all deeds which are in our power. And if we must not do the thing that we would do, each man is denied of God his own proper will. Therefore behold you not only what you do, but as much what you would do. Not more what are your works than what is your will? Through just will, man is called just; and through an unjust will, man is said to be unrighteous.

By John Wycliffe

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