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Individuals are challenged to think and act differently because of what they have learned and to apply this to their family, work, church, and community. Continue to read Ephesians 4 through verse What access to the presence of God do Chris- tians now have because of the atonement of Christ?

The Holiness of Christ 57 Bible Study 1.

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Ryle We have learned to live with unholiness and have come to look upon it as the natural and expected thing. How did the disciples respond to Jesus?

The more a person is described as righteous, the more he trembles when he enters the immediate presence of God. For teachers using this guide, the objectives become precise evaluation tools to be used in monitoring the progress of the lesson.

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The passion of my life is to search out the riches of the character of God. Mercy, by definition, santudad free and given voluntarily. How would you present that truth?

This is the same title given to Jesus when He is referred to as Lord. First, we personalize nature; then, out of our fear of nature, we invent God. Many people, theologians included, have attempted to reinterpret difficult biblical events Deuteronomy 7: How should you relate what the psalmist says to your own life? Should others be uncomfortable? Yet asntidad was done for us.


After Jesus calmed the storm they became very much afraid. If we have cause for moral out- rage, let it be directed at Golgotha. God would have been more than unjust, He would have been diabolical to punish Jesus if Jesus had not first willingly taken upon Himself the sins of the world.

When you look at the earth, are you inclined to sing the sprol song? Many observers of the church today feel that Christians as a whole are far too casual in the way we come into the presence of God.

What else contributes to our sense of creatureliness? Most people tend to envision spiritual experiences as profoundly pleasant, quite unlike this epi- sode.

By what authority do they reinterpret Scripture? Note especially the frequency of each type, to whom it was spoken, and the consequences which are said to follow each one. Then he caught one sudden glimpse of a holy God. What was God doing in the other passages that caused these responses? Some are drawn directly from the lecture; others are meant to probe oa topics not touched upon doos R.

He describes his condition as oa undone. Each chapter consists of: Holiness and Justice 35 a. Write a short prayer of adoration.

When I dishonor God I dishonor all of mankind who bears His image. If in a class setting, have someone present the Gospel with this emphasis on holiness. By my sin I hurt human beings. To create an increased sense of dependence upon God for our growth in per- sonal holiness. If we are unconverted, one thing is absolutely certain: They were uncomfortable when they saw His holiness Mark 4: Have you experienced this peace and the attending benefits?


The holy God is also a God of grace. Our first parents, santidwd seduced by the subtlety and temptation of Satan, sinned in eating the forbidden fruit. Rather, by His Spirit, God cultivates a lifelong pursuit by us that will only be fully satisfied when we stand before His presence in glory.

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Write out what you hope this study will do to fuel the desire of your heart to see God as He really is. In what sense does God call a believer to suffer? What caused Peter to become so aware of his own sinfulness? It was used to describe the training regimen of young men who wanted to participate in the athletic competitions of that day.

He was considered by his contemporaries as the most righteous man in the nation. Compare the reaction of the townspeople to Jesus with the man who had been healed verses 35— Isaiah also had much to say about the gracious attitude of the Holy One toward His people.

Some of the injunctions were peculiar to the Jewish nation; others are of abiding sig- nificance to us today. But consistent actions, over time, develop character—either good or bad. Not everyone who encountered Jesus became immediately aware of His holi- ness. We are prone to vagueness at this point because commitment to specific actions makes us uncomfortable.

Respond to this statement: The eyes of Isaiah were opened to see the real King of the nation.