Tag Archives: Holiness

Be Holy!

Among the comforts that Peter gives to his readers (readers who are Christians struggling to live under persecution) there is that comfort of personal holiness. Holiness is little spoken of in many Christian Circles these days. When it is, we … Continue reading

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Follow That Angel! [Exodus Pt.23]

Being a Christian is not just a choice. It is not just saying that we believe something. Being a Christian is a life of submitting ourselves to the authority of God and living in obedience to His commands.  NOT as … Continue reading

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Living What We Know [1 Timothy Pt.17]

There is a whole lot of doubt in the world about the truth of the Christian Faith. On the other hand, there are a lot of people who name the name of Christ but do not really follow the teachings … Continue reading

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People of Prayer and Propriety [1 Timothy Pt. 7]

What does the Christian life look like as it is lived out in a world filled with unbelief and even antagonism against its core teachings and principles? As the Apostle Paul instructs young Timothy on proper conduct in the household … Continue reading

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Holy, Blameless and Above Reproach [Colossians Pt. 8]

What changed in the status of Believers  as a result of Christ’s death and resurrection? We often think of the Gospel as a way to avoid the penalty of sin. It is,  but it is so much more than a … Continue reading

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Mortification of Sin

We are currently working our way through one of the great puritan works of all time, John Owen’s Of the Mortification of Sin in Believers. This work deals with the duty and power of the Christian to overcome sin. Not … Continue reading

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