Search ResultsTheology On Mission Podcast #15: Ashley Madison and Sanctification This podcast from David Fitch and Geoff Holsclaw is about pastors who are involved with scandals and the things that should happen before these scandals happen. Sanctification for Ordinary Life All of life is to be lived before the face of God and can be worship. This principle is at the heart of the Reformation heritage. The sanctuary is the place where we learn how. Seven Deadly Sins Addressing seven deadly sins in corporate worship moves people further along in sanctification and discipleship. It's time for the church to reclaim and apply. A feature story exploring the seven deadly sins. The Bridge Illustration: An Idea Whose Time Has Come and Gone? This article posting points out some of the failing aspects of using the "bridge illustration." David Fitch contends that the bridge illustrations fails because it separates justification and sanctification and makes salvation a transaction deal. Parenting Virtues Today An article by David L. Johns about parenting with Christian intentionality, which leads to our sanctification as parents are "shaped in holiness by our children and shaped into new creations embodying hope, humility, and hospitality." Membership Has Its Practices: Membership in Missional Communities After Christendom This article presents a new perspective on church membership. It writes that the church should make the commitment to practices of community central to membership in the local community instead of requiring a level of sanctification.... History of Hymns: “Come, We That Love the Lord” Taylor Vancil offers background and commentary on the hymn by Isaac Watts (1674-1738): “Come, We That Love the Lord” God Sanctifies as We Pray and Give Thanks Gift Mtukwa's commentary on 1 Thessalonians 5:16-24 details the significance of each section of the passage. Paul's advice to the early church to pray, give thanks, and look to God for sanctification is still applicable today. The Spirit's witness This commentary on Romans 8:14-17 considers historical differences among Pentecostal, Nazarene, and Methodist interpretations of the work of the Holy Spirit, in regard to signs and wonders vs. sanctification, and women in ministry. Full Text Hymns on Sanctification Sanctification.PD
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See more hymns... Disciples: Sanctification In light of Philippians 2:12-13, Josh Griffin explains sanctification is a process like training where we learn to be more like Jesus. The lesson includes handouts and guide when purchased. Film 'Tender Mercies' Depicts Process of Sanctification An illustration about baptism and sanctification from the classic Robert Duvall film 'Tender Mercies.' Appropriate for Romans 6:4, Ephesians 4:15, 2 Corinthians 3:18, and similar passages. It Will Work on You David Wilcox shares a story of a song that caused a man to abandon his plans to commit suicide. He and Brian McLaren discuss the power of music and sanctification in the work they do. Chosen, Sanctified, and Sent Out This commentary highlights various aspects of 2 Thessalonians 2:1-5, 13-17 which could be developed in a sermon. It discusses election, sanctification, and what it means to be strengthened in every good word and work. Theology for a Bad Appointment ... motivates pastors to accept God's providence, seek sanctification, respect everyone, rely on Grace, and preach ... Becoming a Better Sinner This article engages the ongoing struggle with sin. Until Jesus returns to make all things new, Christians continue to struggle with sin. Justification takes place instantly. Sanctification involves a process of growth. Wives, Be Subordinate to Your Husbands? Taking inspiration from John Paul II's interpretation of Ephesians 5:21-33, this article by Katie Froula encourages mutual love and submission by both husbands and wives as each participates in service toward and sanctification of each other.