Category Archives: Holiness

I Vote My Beliefs

So I really don’t like it out here.  You know, out here in the public square.  I don’t often confront someone unless I feel very strongly about something.  And, if I do say something, later I will inevitably think of … Continue reading

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I think she nailed it…

My daughter wrote this post the other day on her blog. She writes about holiness, so I want to share.   https://apfrein.wordpress.com/2015/01/05/hard-and-holy-things/    

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Reasons to believe

Let me see if I can put this into words.  I woke up this morning at 3:06AM with a sense of serenity which I attributed to my faith in God.  Then in my foggy state of mind, I started slipping … Continue reading

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“What must I do to be saved?”

So, I grew up Baptist in the South during the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s.  I went to church every week.  I attended Sunday School on Sunday morning, Training Union on Sunday night, and Prayer Meeting and choir practice on Wednesday … Continue reading

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Holiness

“For this is the will of God, your sanctification.”  I Thessalonians 4:3. “Be you therefore perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect.”  Matthew 5:48. Sanctification or holiness or perfection in Christ is what God calls us all to do.  St. … Continue reading

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