Category Archives: Holiness Matters

Christian Maturity

This entry is part 116 of 116 in the series Holiness Matters

Most people judge maturity by a person’s age. It’s generally accepted that as you grow physically and chronologically you will learn how to be wise and make good, successful decisions. But that’s not how it happens when you become a … Continue reading

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Waiting for God

This entry is part 116 of 492 in the series Inquiring Minds

It happens to everyone. You are trying to get a hold of someone on the phone but they are unavailable. Then when you are unavailable, they call you. A rigorous game of phone tag ensues for days on end. You … Continue reading

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Desperate for God

This entry is part 115 of 116 in the series Holiness Matters

One of the most amazing tools for using the internet is a search engine. I don’t even know how many times a day I use it. There are all kinds of search engines for searching all types of material from … Continue reading

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Holy Devotion

This entry is part 114 of 116 in the series Holiness Matters

The first disciplines a Christian develops are devotions. This usually includes Bible reading, prayer, and following some sort of reading plan or devotional. Devotionals are inspirational books that have something to read from the Scriptures with application for every day. … Continue reading

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A Holy Disgust

This entry is part 113 of 116 in the series Holiness Matters

When a person is truly disgusted with something, they have no desire to even be around it. They will do everything in their power to get rid of it. They don’t want to have anything to do with it. When … Continue reading

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Living for God

This entry is part 112 of 116 in the series Holiness Matters

Everyone needs a friend. Some people are friendlier than others and have many friends. Other people, like me when I was young and even now, generally have a few close friends. When people don’t have any friends, we consider them … Continue reading

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A New Lord

This entry is part 111 of 116 in the series Holiness Matters

There’s nothing like a new start in life, no matter how you come by it. Some people change their career to get a fresh start. Others may reevaluate their relationships. It doesn’t hurt to have a rich uncle. People want … Continue reading

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Hungry for God

This entry is part 110 of 116 in the series Holiness Matters

Every once in a while I get a hankering for one of my favorite foods. It’s all I can think about the moment it happens. My mouth begins to water and I can taste that food. It’s almost like the … Continue reading

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Confession

This entry is part 109 of 116 in the series Holiness Matters

It’s one of the scariest things the Bible tells us to do. If you are Christian, confession is part of your walk with Christ. But it’s extremely uncomfortable and many Christians refused to do it because it is uncomfortable. But … Continue reading

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Nine to Five

This entry is part 108 of 116 in the series Holiness Matters

One of the biggest surprises people have when I talk about holiness and addictions is when I bring up work as an addiction. Nowadays you don’t have too many people argue about it. Many people have been on the receiving … Continue reading

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