The Character of Christ - Holiness
Throughout the Old and New Testament, holiness is rooted in the very nature of God Himself. It means to set apart or separate. Holiness is never seen as a human quality, but an expression of a unique relationship with God. To the Believer, holiness should be reflective of the conduct and quality of the Christian life. In this series, Dr. Betty R. Price teaches the Believer how to live out true holiness in every aspect of their lives.
- Lust and sexual immorality may drive unbelievers, but Believers are custodians of their bodies and are required to control their passions.
- In view of the coming destruction of this world, the scripture asks, “what manner of persons ought you to be in holy conduct and godliness…?” (2 Peter 3:11).
- The foundational scripture for this series are 1 Peter 1:15-16.