31 Days of Feasting on Theology: Holiness

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Gentle Reader,

Holiness: First, an attribute of God. He is entirely separate, pure and perfect. There is no stain, blemish or dark side to Him. Second, the goal of the Holy Spirit’s work of sanctification in the life of believers. He makes us more like Christ as we walk with Him; i.e., we are scrubbed clean of our stains and learn how to live purely.

Related Concepts and/or Examples

Holiness People – statement from the Church of the Nazarene

Destined to be Holy – devotional thoughts by Oswald Chambers

The Holiness of God – A.W. Tozer sermon

What Does it Mean: God is Holy? – Scriptural explanation and exploration of this attribute

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One thought on “31 Days of Feasting on Theology: Holiness

  1. Good timing on this one today! Dance Stand Run by Jess Connolly comes out today and a large portion is about holiness. 😊 Jordan

    Sent from my iPhone– please excuse any autocorrects or typos!

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