Category Archives: Holiness Matters

The Holy Journey

Some people really like road trips. I could take them either way. But one major improvement that I’ve lived with most of my life is a wonderful piece of technology called a GPS. There’s nothing like having an eye in … Continue reading

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2 Sides to Holiness

What’s your favorite sport? I flounder between football and baseball. I know many people complain about the time it takes to play baseball games nowadays. But I love watching baseball because suspense lurks around every play. But I also love … Continue reading

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Inside Out

Have you ever seen something so cool you wanted to figure out how it worked? When I was a kid, I was fascinated with the inside of computers. I took three giant dinosaurs and tore them apart. I wanted to … Continue reading

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3 Holiness Goals

Since the creation and perfection of the modern vehicle, humans have been able to travel further differences than ever before. Empires could only be as large as the transportation available at the time. When horses were bred for writing, empires … Continue reading

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Principles That Last

Once people realize what we’re talking about when we mention holiness, one of the first things they might say is that our morals and attempts to please God are thoroughly outdated. Why would we follow a thousands-of-years-old book? On top … Continue reading

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Thou Shalt Not…

One of the first things that comes to our minds when we start talking about holiness is the Ten Commandments. Just about everyone comes face-to-face with what they think is the only forceful way that God has to make us … Continue reading

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The Principle Thing

I’ve been in some churches where the rules, either written or unwritten, were the law of the land. There’s nothing wrong with this as long as everyone in the community is willing to submit to such rules. I’ve also been … Continue reading

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3 Areas of Holiness

The topic of holiness is one mainly for the church. The time the world talks about holiness is when it thinks Christians are hypocrites because they don’t follow their own standards, which are actually God’s standards. A lot of ethereal … Continue reading

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Holy God, Holy People

When we start listing the rules and principles in the Bible for holiness, some people wonder if it’s even possible to live a holy life. Some say yes, some say no. Great theological debates have raged for centuries about holiness. … Continue reading

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Holiness Three Ways

Holiness is a church word. Ask anybody who doesn’t go to church, and they usually have no idea what you’re talking about. There is no need for them to know or practice holiness. So since at the church word, that … Continue reading

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