- 1 How does God’s word sanctify us?
- 2 What is the difference between holy and sanctified?
- 3 What is the believers role in sanctification?
- 4 What is another word for sanctification?
- 5 How can a man be sanctified or cleansed or made holy?
- 6 How do you sanctify yourself?
- 7 What is the definition of sanctified?
- 8 What are the benefits of sanctification?
- 9 What is the difference between sanctification and justification?
- 10 How did Jesus sanctify himself?
- 11 What is the difference between sanctification and consecration?
- 12 Does sanctify mean sacrament?
- 13 What is the opposite of sanctification?
How does God’s word sanctify us?
Psalm 119:160 says “The sum of your word is truth, and every one of your righteous rules endure forever.” When we look at the scripture we are looking into today, John 17:17, it is the “word” that sanctifies us.
What is the difference between holy and sanctified?
The difference between Holy and Sanctified. When used as adjectives, holy means dedicated to a religious purpose or a god, whereas sanctified means made holy. Dedicated to a religious purpose or a god.
What is the believers role in sanctification?
Believers are sanctified by God (Heb 2:11; 9:13- 14; 10:10, 14, 29; 13:12) through the Holy Spirit (1 Pet 1:2, 18f.) (Mullen, 1996, p. 712) in order that they may grow in holiness. Believers are to “throw off everything that hinders” and “run with perseverance,” “fixing our eyes on Jesus” (Heb 12:1-3).
What is another word for sanctification?
What is another word for sanctification?
How can a man be sanctified or cleansed or made holy?
Jesus made our sanctification possible by offering his own blood as our High Priest who mediated the new covenant (1Peter 1:2, Hebrews 9:14-15, Hebrews 10:10-12). In verse 7, John has earlier stated that the blood of Jesus Christ God’s Son cleanses us from all sin.
How do you sanctify yourself?
To consecrate yourself is to answer God’s call to spiritual consecration. This means making a conscious, willing decision to dedicate your soul, mind, heart, and body to God. This decision must be one of will, intelligence, and affection. Only you can make the decision to consecrate yourself to God.
What is the definition of sanctified?
transitive verb. 1: to set apart to a sacred purpose or to religious use: consecrate. 2: to free from sin: purify. 3a: to impart or impute sacredness, inviolability, or respect to.
What are the benefits of sanctification?
BENEFITS OF A SANCTIFIED HEART
- It becomes easy for the believer to love God supremely above all else and live a life set apart in obedience to His words.
- It becomes easy to love all men (irrespective of race, tribe, colour or nationality); this ‘love’ will be evidenced in “doing to others what you expect them do to you”,
What is the difference between sanctification and justification?
Justification is God’s declaration that a sinner is righteous through the work of Jesus Christ. Sanctification is God’s transformation of a believer’s whole being, that is the mind, will, behaviors, and affections through the work of the Holy Spirit.
How did Jesus sanctify himself?
Hebrews 13:12 states “Therefore Jesus also, that He might sanctify the people through His own blood, suffered outside the gate.” Here it states that we were specifically sanctified through Jesus‘ shed blood. The blood of Jesus is the means by which the sanctification process is started, in each of us.
What is the difference between sanctification and consecration?
The difference between Consecrate and Sanctify
When used as verbs, consecrate means to declare something holy, or otherwise make it holy, whereas sanctify means to make holy. Consecrate is also adjective with the meaning: consecrated.
Does sanctify mean sacrament?
Sanctification means “to make holy.” And nothing, of course, is holier than God Himself. The Sacrament of Confirmation perfects Baptism, by increasing sanctifying grace in our soul. (Sanctifying grace is also sometimes called the “grace of justification,” as the Catechism of the Catholic Church notes in para.
What is the opposite of sanctification?
English Synonyms and Antonyms
sanctify. Antonyms: befoul, contaminate, corrupt, defile, infect, pollute, soil, spoil, stain, sully, taint, tarnish, vitiate. Synonyms: clean, cleanse, disinfect, hallow, purify, wash.