1. But this theory runs manifestly counter to texts of Holy Scripture. For it is said: All our works thou hast wrought in us, O Lord (Isai. xxvi, 12): hence we have of God not merely the power of willing, but also the act. And the above quoted saying of Solomon, he shall turn it whithersoever he will, shows that the divine causality extends at once to will-power and to actual volition.
2. Nothing can act in its own strength unless it act also in the power of God (Chap. LXVI): therefore man cannot use the will-power given to him except in so far as he acts in the power of God.
4. God is the cause of all action, and works in every agent (Chap. LXX): therefore He is cause of the motives of the will.
3.88 : That other Subsistent Intelligences cannot be direct Causes of our Elections and Volitions
3.90 : That Human Choices and Volitions are subject to Divine Providence