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Holiness and The Unholy.

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To those of you who say you love Jesus:

It would be wise of you to empty your life of all other “religions” and their trappings, as well as the sins the world around you is committing every second of every day.  We are told a truth by He who cannot lie, nothing unholy will enter eternity.  If you wish to be welcomed by Jesus and His Father, it would be wise to commit to Him alone.  At the throne you will not be welcomed because you held lies close to your heart.  The welcome you desire will increase as you separate yourself from wickedness.   GET SEPARATE FROM HER (this wickedness that blankets the world around you)!

Since “holy” is not a word used in today’s culture I’ll define it here.  Let there be no mistake, what Jesus said regarding holiness stands for all generations and every man woman and child.  “Without holiness, no one will see the Lord”.  Holiness is a purity of the heart, undefiled, separate from sin, and dedicated to the service of the Living God.  As in regard to this generations worship of tolerance, how does embracing other religions and lies fit into being holy?  Not that I should mention the love of money, fame, self, sex, or anything else that is not godly.

By His Grace.


Written by buttermilk80

January 20, 2011 at 11:27 am

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  1. I appreciate the definition you provide here of holiness being a separateness from sin. Yet, isn’t it great to know that as much as this is something we can never know completely until heaven, God is still working in us, His workmanship, to glorify Himself? Christ, let me grow in the grace of Your death and resurrection that I might give my heart fully to the work of Your Spirit’s work renewal and transformation; let me not conform to the beliefs and behavior honored in this world (Romans 12:1-2).


    January 20, 2011 at 12:09 pm

    • Very true. God commands us to be holy just as He is holy, but that is something which we must grow into. And this growth will continue through the entire life of a believer. But we must be open to listen to God when He tells us to separate ourselves from things which are harmful.


      January 20, 2011 at 12:24 pm

      • Lest I be misunderstood about salvation, I injected another sentence regarding separation from wickedness.

        thank you for your reply. This time it helped me clarify. I wouldn’t want to ruin the faith of any earnest seeker of Jesus’ forgiveness and leading.


        January 20, 2011 at 12:26 pm

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