Because that Abraham obeyed my voice, and kept my charge, my commandments, my statutes, and my laws.
And this ties the Catholic back to Abraham. We also work because of our faith in God. "
Our faith enables us to be pleasing to God. Our good works are rooted in our faith. Our good works are the product of the Holy Spirit working in our hearts. So, the quoted excerpt has an element of truth to it. But there is nothing particularly Roman Catholic about this.
"2 Corinthians 5:18
And all things are of God, who hath reconciled us to himself by Jesus Christ, and hath given to us the ministry of reconciliation;
No one can deny that David did many works. But here, in his confession, all he did was believe in God's mercy. That is what Catholics do when we attend the Sacraments."
"That pretty much repeats what I just said. We, like Abraham, believe and are imputed righteousness, in the Sacraments of Jesus Christ."
False. The prophets time and time again call Israel to repentance. The Old Testament is replete with examples of God calling Israel back to Him.
"Again, this explains why Catholics are children of Abraham. Because we believe and it is counted to us righteousness in the Sacraments."
There is no mention of sacraments anywhere in the inspired writings of the Apostle Paul. All that we have encountered thus far from De Maria is mysticism, interwoven with irrational assertions. The problem is that God-ordained symbols have been overemphasized. It is foolish to claim that something is a symbol of itself. The forgiveness of God is not restricted to a set of rituals. The sacraments are a theological postulate that has yet to be corroborated by Scripture.