The driving interest of every believer should be the glory of God. This is no less true, and more true, in the case of His work in the plan of redemption and in the individual’s salvation.
How is God most glorified in salvation? By doing it all himself. Placing some of the motive, some of the means, some of the merit for salvation in the hands of sinful man robs God of glory. This is the duty of the believer, then, to acknowledge God’s preeminence, his sovereignty, his glory, in salvation.