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By: Mark Hill
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2 Timothy 3:5-5
There are those that have a wrong concept of Holiness. They associate it with certain rules of a church or religious body. That is not holiness. Holiness is the very essence of God, his purity, his godliness, and his attributes living and being manifested in our lives inside and out as we obey and live according to and by his word. [ read more... ]
1 Peter 1:16-16
Some will argue that Holiness is not important, but I submit that if it is in the Bible it is important. Holiness in the life of a child of God is not optional but is a command; we can see that from our scripture reading. Holiness it to the Child of God what the born again experience is to the sinner. [ read more... ]
To live for God successfully and victoriously we have to have the whole counsel of God. We just can't take the two were three ingredients that we like and neglect the rest. [ read more... ]
Being holy means that you have been set apart for the Lord in this world; being filled with the Holy Ghost means that you are prepared to be set apart for the Lord in the next as well. [ read more... ]
Holiness is considered to be separation from sin and the world, and to be dedicated to God, set apart for Him. Separation is moving away from worldliness and moving toward holiness. We are not to love the world, identify with it, become attached to its things, or participate in its sinful pleasures (James 4:4; James 1:27). [ read more... ]
Many claim that I am a God-fearer—a Gentile proselyte into the Jewish religion—or that the Book of Acts was written to people like me called “God-fearers.” My name, by the way, means “one who loves God”, “lover of God” or “beloved of God.” I am a God-lover! [ read more... ]
We cannot attain the holiness of God on our own. No matter how hard we try, we cannot measure up to the standards of God’s holiness. God must give holiness to us freely. We must allow God to live His holiness in us in our daily lives. [ read more... ]
As we look back in history, we see one of the most powerful armies that ever walked the globe, The Roman Legions. In those ancient days there were no radios, satellite cell phones, or laser guided bombs. Discipline and order ruled the day. This army conquered the known world using three basic tenants [ read more... ]
See how intricately the Old Testament works in tandem with the New Testament? It is imperative to get a handle of both of the Testaments so we can see how to be saved from this untoward generation. [ read more... ]
1 Corinthians 16:29-29
I am afraid that there is a wide misconception about holiness; true biblical holiness is not about dos and don'ts. We are going to be teaching on the beauty of holiness, what it means to us and what it means to God. [ read more... ]
Moses for 40 years tended sheep for his father-in-law Jethro. No doubt, the place that we read in our scripture reading was a place that he had been before. How many times had he been there? How many times did he pray and meditate there? How many times did he spend the night there? How many times did he see a burning bush? It is not uncommon for a bush in the dry arid areas of the desert to combust on its own, which is known as spontaneous combustion. [ read more... ]
1 Peter 1:13-16
Our perfection before God – which should be our chief goal - requires holiness. A close, personal walk with God with abundant fellowship and fruit requires holiness. The Call To Holiness -- Because God is holy, He calls us to be holy (I Pet 1:13-16; Lev 11:44-45). Set apart by His holiness (I Thes 4:1-8). [ read more... ]
Looming in the future of every person is an event that none will be able to escape. Every person will at some point appear before the Lord. Scripture specifically mentions that we will be judged in one of two places. [ read more... ]