The power of pistis is beyond this world but not your spirit’s recognition. Our free will should choose to live within pistis at all times once we realize what it is.
Original Word: δικαιόω
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (dik-ah-yo’-o)
Short Definition: I make righteous, defend the cause of, justify
Definition: I make righteous, defend the cause of, plead for the righteousness (innocence) of, acquit, justify; hence: I regard as righteous.
Cognate: 1344 dikaióō (from dikē, “right, judicial-approval”) – properly, approved, especially in a legal, authoritative sense; to show what is right, i.e. conformed to a proper standard (i.e. “upright”).
The believer is “made righteous/justified” (1344 /dikaióō) by the Lord, cleared of all charges (punishment) related to their sins. Moreover, they are justified (1344 /dikaióō, “made right, righteous”) by God’s grace each time they receive (obey) faith (4102 /pístis), i.e. “God’s inwrought persuasion” (cf. the -oō ending which conveys “to bring to/out”). See 1343 (dikaiosynē).
free, justify, be righteous.
From dikaios; to render (i.e. Show or regard as) just or innocent — free, justify(-ier), be righteous.
see GREEK dikaios