Seeing Faustus hath incurred eternal death
By desperate thoughts against Jove's deity,
Say, he surrenders up to him his soul. (1.3.86-88)
Now, Faustus, must thou needs be damned?
Canst thou not be saved?
What boots it, then, to think on God or heaven?
Away with such vain fancies, and despair.
Despair in God and trust in Beelzebub. (2.1.1-5)
"Faustus gives to thee his soul." O, there it stayed!
Why shouldst thou not? Is not thy soul thine own? (2.1.65-66)