(Personal Holiness) Is A Type Of Sanctification And Is

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(Personal Holiness) Is a type of sanctification and is defined as one’s personal choice in their walk and relationship to please God, with living a God-centered life. Where one strives to walk in the nature and character of the creator. Holiness is a quality of perfection, sinlessness and inability to sin that is possessed by God alone. As Christians, we are called to be Holy (1Peter 1:16, NLT). But this does not refer to our nature. Instead it is a command of our practice and thought. We are to be Holy in obedience (1Peter 1:15, NLT), God has made us Holy through his son Jesus (Ephesians 1:4, 1Peter 2:9, NLT). (Personal Growth) is the state of one striving for the mark of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus, that God is calling us to,…show more content…
God’s design is for the Holy Spirit’s power to flow through the life of the believer and into the lives of others. The believer will begin to discover the miracle, wonder-working power of the Holy Spirit in their lives as they progressively mature in their walk and relationship with Christ. (1Corinthians 12:7-11, NLT). The believer allows God through the working of the Holy Spirit the opportunity to remove the obstacles and debris of sin, which can hinder his/her flow in the life of the believer and into those by which he/her encounters, this can impede the fulfilment of his/her destiny for the life of the believer. The removing of these sins is one of the evidences that you are his and his Spirit indwells you.” (Romans 8:9-14; 2Cor.3:18; Gal.5:16-25; Eph.4:22-32; 1John 1:5-10; 2Peter 1:2-1, NLT). http://www.bornofthespirit.today/ Person Growth Personal growth is one cultivating their faith and desire to grow in God. It is an act of pursuing the righteousness of God and walking in the disciplines of God’s word. Just as the body needs proper diet and nourishment, so does the spiritual man require a balanced diet of the word of God. Jesus replied, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry again. Whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.” (John 6:35, NLT). Meanwhile the disciples urged him,” Rabi, eat something.” But he
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