Posts Tagged ‘purity’

Modesty

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Modesty

If you hear the word modesty a certain image may arise in your mind of a woman dressed in conservative clothing. Is this really what modesty is about? Is it only about clothing and is it only women that should be concerned with this?

Is this true? Is modesty only about what we wear? These are all questions we need to answer if we want to understand what Biblical modesty is.

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Purity and Holiness

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in repentance

Purity and holiness are two words that that have come across my path so much the last couple of weeks and not only mine. It is as if YHVH is urging His children to focus on becoming pure and holy before Him. Purity and holiness aren’t new, YHVH has always required it of us, but it is as if there is an urgency to this. We have to be pure and holy. Why is this necessary, you may wonder?

Y’shua and the laws of clean and unclean

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Messiah, Training in righteousness

We have previously written two articles on our understanding of the commandments regarding clean and unclean. We have since received some questions which we were very interested to find answers for. One of these questions are: How do we make sure we do not come into contact with anything or anyone who is unclean in order to make sure we don’t become unclean? We might, unknowingly, touch a person who is unclean or use public transport and sit on a chair where an unclean person sat. We might, for this reason, always be in an unclean state. The question is, does this really matter? Should we even pursue this?

Counting the Omer and having a pure heart

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Shavuot

We have just celebrated the Feasts of Passover, First Fruits and Unleavened bread. It has been a delightful time, a time of celebration with dear friends and family. We commemorated both our physical redemption from Egypt as well as our spiritual redemption from our spiritual Egypt, which is our sinful state. Y’shua our Messiah took our punishment on Himself and redeemed us. We are free in Him.

We arenow counting the omer to the next appointed time, Shavuot. You may wonder what this has to do with having a pure heart…

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