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Sin and Holiness (2 of 2)

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

In the final analysis, Art maintains that our every error has its source in our inadequate conception of sin, and that we have not become sufficiently acquainted with its workings or its power.

Sin and Holiness (1 of 2)

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

In the final analysis, Art maintains that our every error has its source in our inadequate conception of sin, and that we have not become sufficiently acquainted with its workings or its power.

The Holiness of God (2 of 2)

Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

Maintaining that God’s holiness values itself above one’s own consideration and is therefore self-sacrificing, Art exhorts believers toward maintaining a jealousy for this holiness, as it will affect our every decision.

The Holiness of God (1 of 2)

Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

Maintaining that God’s holiness values itself above one’s own consideration and is therefore self-sacrificing, Art exhorts believers toward maintaining a jealousy for this holiness, as it will affect our every decision.

Gleanings from Psalms 18 in the Light of Current Revival Phenomena

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

I am going to take look at portions of Psalms 18 because this psalm evokes a sense of God that I think we desperately need. The sense of God is the only all-important reality. And what is the church without a sense of God or the holiness of God?

Strange Fire II

Sunday, March 2nd, 2008

Similar to K-297, and continuing with the theme, Art examines the anatomy of what propels young men and women to initiate their own service for God: namely, the desire to see the glory as being more important than the holiness of God. A 2006 message.

Holiness or “Blessing”

Saturday, March 1st, 2008

A cautionary word for the Church regarding its fascination with the present “revival” phenomena.

Holiness – The High Calling of God in Christ Jesus

Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

I have never heard anyone else equate perfect holiness as being the mark of the high calling of God. Usually ‘high calling’ would be some final and ultimate expression of ministry in the bringing of the Word, but in Spurgeon’s view, which we need to soberly consider, the issue of high calling is the issue of holiness.