Tag Archives: holiness

Do you have questions about the Bible or Christianity in general?

This morning while I was laying in bed, meditating on spiritual things (Rom. 8:5-6), I believe the Spirit directed my mind to this thought: “There are many ‘question and answer sites’ out there, but none that give answers according to … Continue reading

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Righteousness and Holiness

Righteousness and holiness…opposite (but complimentary) sides of the same coin. Righteousness speaks of doing what is right in God’s eyes – walking in obedience to what He wants us to do. Holiness speaks of keeping one’s self unspotted by sin … Continue reading

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Sanctification, in depth

Holiness is being separated unto God. As an example, the utensils used in the Tabernacle in the daily ministrations were holy, designed for that purpose only. Because they were designated and set aside for God’s purposes, they were overlain with … Continue reading

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The Old and New Covenants in contract form

A Covenant had five major sections, which are named and explained in the following: Preamble (where the one offering the covenant identifies himself) Prologue (where the offerer tells what he has done for the offeree) Obligations (where the offerer describes … Continue reading

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