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Tag Archives: Holiness
“Fight the good fight of faith!” 1 Timothy 6:12 True Christianity! Let us mind that word “true.” There is a vast quantity of religion current in the world which is not true, genuine Christianity. There are thousands of men and … Continue reading
Is it wise to teach believers that they ought not to think so much of fighting and struggling against sin, but ought rather to “yield themselves to God,” and be passive in the hands of Christ? Is this according to … Continue reading
The most pertinent question to ask is this: “Are you holy?” Listen, I pray you, to the question I put to you this day. Do you know anything of the holiness of which I have been speaking? I do not … Continue reading
Can holiness save us? Can holiness put away sin, cover iniquities, make satisfaction for transgressions, pay our debt to God? No, not a whit. God forbid that I should ever say so. Holiness can do none of these things. The … Continue reading
First then, let me try to show what true practical holiness is: what sort of persons are those whom God calls holy? A man may go great lengths and yet never reach true holiness. It is not knowledge—Balaam had that; … Continue reading
Let me speak a little to believers. I ask you this question, “Do you think you feel the importance of holiness as much as you should?” I admit I fear the temper of the times about this subject. I doubt … Continue reading