Church of Jesus EM

Tue, Mar 02, 2021

God Will Not Surpass Holiness

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God Will Not Surpass Holiness
(Lev19:2; He12:14)

God is holy.
His nature, His name are holy (2Ch29:16) and He dwells in a holy place (Ex3:5).
He meets with those who are holy and speaks to them (Ex25:22).

Faith is believing that my soul has been made holy by the blood of Yeshua (He10:29) and
The life of this faith is obeying the sacred command and becoming sanctified (1Pe1:15-16, 2Pe2:21).

Holiness (kadosh) which is flawless and spotless is the nature of God and
Sanctification is the process of being set apart which is
By the truth, the word of the Father (Jn17:17) for the soul made holy by the blood of Yeshua.

Hades is the depths of the pit that contains the unclean,
Satan and his angels who sinned in the spiritual heaven (Is14:12-15; Eze28:12-16).

Deceived by Satan the devil, Adam, the living being, sinned (Ge3:4-6) and
All men became unclean in the spirit (Ge3:4-6; Rm5:12),
Destined to follow the devil to hell (Mt25:41).

The Bible is the history of separation work:
During the creation, God made the seventh day holy and called it holy sabbath (Ge2:3; Ex16:23);
God set Israel apart from the nations (Lev20:24), a holy people (Ex19:6);
Where God was present was called a holy ground (Ex3:5, 19:23); and
The Law called holy those who kept the decrees (Ex22:31; Lev20:8).

Above the atonement cover of the ark where the name Jehovah was (Ex25:22)
In the Most Holy Place of the sanctuary was the presence of God.
Only the high priest wearing a turban with a plate of pure gold that said “HOLY TO THE LORD”
Entered with blood once every year (Ex28:36; He9:7).
The tabernacle and everything in it and the priestly garments were
Anointed with oil and sprinkled with blood to consecrate them (Ex40:9-13; He9:22).

The Israelites were commanded to remember the Sabbath and keep it holy,
The day the Creator finished His work and rested by making it holy (Ge2:3; Ex20:8-11),
So breaking the Sabbath was breaking holiness (Ex31:14).
In addition, they were to not defile themselves by eating unclean things (Lev11:1-47, 18:29), and
Even breaking one commandment meant death for God alone is holy (Ex28:43).

But the fall of Israel came because they followed the evil ways of the land
Polluted by the corruption of its people (Ezr9:11; Eze23:29).

Yeshua came and said, “Destroy this temple and I will raise it again in three days,” because
Through the death and the resurrection of the temple of His body (Jn2:19-21),
He would shed His own blood to make holy the souls of all nations (He10:10) and
Sanctify them by the Father’s word, the truth (Jn17:17)
For He is the Word, the holiness, in the beginning who became flesh (Jn1:1, 14).
While unclean spirits recognized His holiness (Mk1:24-25; Lk4:33-34),
The blind Pharisees who considered themselves as holy did not (Mt15:1-20, 23:16).

As He died, He said, “It is finished” (Jn19:30), declaring that He:
1) Obeyed the word (the commandment) in the beginning and sanctified Himself (Jn17:19) and with His blood purified the heavenly sanctuary defiled by the angels (He9:11-12, 23:24);
2) Judged the origin of sin, the most unclean, the devil (1Jn3:8); and
3) Opened the fountain of blood that cleanses souls (Zec13:1) to be sanctified by the truth (Col1:22; He10:10, 14).

He resurrected and entered the Holy City.
As the perfect, eternal high priest He serves the Father (He7:26-27).

The Holy Spirit enters the souls sanctified by the blood of Yeshua as God’s temple (1Co3:16-17) and
To lead to holiness commands (Rm6:19):
The church purchased with the blood of God — forbids secularization (Ac20:28; Rev2:18-21);
The souls cleansed by the blood of Yeshua — urges sanctification.

By the blood of Yeshua the Christian began to be sanctified and
Continually washes with water through the word of Yeshua (Jn13:10, 17:17; Eph5:26).
He sets himself apart on the Lord’s Day,
The day in which Yeshua resurrected and revealed His holiness and made the day holy,
Revealing his own holiness by worshipping in the gathering of the name Yeshua (Mt18:20).
He purifies himself from everything that contaminates body and spirit (2Co7:1; 1Th4:3-5) and
Strives to be separate from the ways and the impurities of the world (2Co6:14-17; Eph2:2),
For no sacrifice is left for turning back on the sacred command and sinning (2Pe2:20; He10:26-29).
When Christ returns he longs to be dressed in clean fine linen and
As a member of the pure bride of Christ enter the Holy City (Rev19:8, 21:2).

O Lord,
The only thing pure in the world? My soul sanctified by the blood of Yeshua!
But my flesh still wallows in the impurities of the world…
Thank You for the chance to repent (1Jn1:9)!
Let us return to Your blood. We want to be holy! Amen.
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