vaD 'oH ghaH joH'a' 'Iv vum Daq SoH both Daq DIchDaq je Daq vum, vaD Daj QaQ pleasure.
For it is God who works in you both to will and to work, for his good pleasure. (Philippians 2:13)
God works in you.
It is the grace of God which inclines the will to that which is good: and then enables us to perform it, and to act according to our principles. Thou hast wrought all our works in us,Isa. xxvi. 12. Of his good pleasure. As there is no strength in us, so there is no merit in us. As we cannot act without God's grace, so we cannot claim it, nor pretend to deserve it. God's good will to us is the cause of his good work in us; and he is under no engagements to his creatures, but those of his gracious promise.