The relationship of faith and works is involved in many discussions. This issue lies at the heart of truth. Works has been defined as something man must do in order to accomplish something. Many desire to exclude faith from works. Is this proper? The question we must answer is does faith require that I do something? I say absolutely, as does belief and repentance. The will MUST formulate and end. It must choose a course of action to be pursued, without which faith, repentance or belief are simply not birthed within the heart of man. Mans will MUST be active in faith. Man must indeed do something in order to have faith. There is a ‘work’ the will must create, an end to be chosen along with the means to carry it out. Faith at its very core is in fact a work, i.e. man must be active in the creation of the choice, without which the word faith is meaningless and dead.