Posts Tagged ‘restoration’

The Results of Sanctification

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Sanctification

This is the concluding part of our series on sanctification. In the first article we wrote about the need for sanctification and in the second on how to achieve sanctification. In this article we will focus on what we hope to achieve through this process.

Free from Captivity

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in restoration, Spiritual Warfare

We become holy or set apart by the process of sanctification. YHVH wants us to be set apart people for Him. Sanctification is the process of removing everything that causes separation between us and YHVH. The process of sanctification started for us with obedience to His Word. As we learned how YHVH wanted us to live, we left behind the ways of the world and followed His way. We repented of our lawlessness and became more sanctified. this is an ongoing process, it is a journey. There is, however, more to the process of sanctification. I know this since I have experienced this, I felt that something was holding me back spiritually and I didn’t know what it was. I found the answer in getting free from the captivity caused by the iniquity of my forefathers. This is also a part of this sanctification process and many people don’t realize they they are being held captive.

Secrets, Rebellion, Bitterness and Poison

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in restoration, Spiritual Warfare

This week we are going to look at secret sins and rebellion and the consequences thereof. You may be surprised at what we find here. Rebellion is one of those sins, we think other people commit and the same goes for secret sins. We look down on people who do this and disregard any teaching on the subject because we believe it doesn’t concern us. Please read this, as I said, you may be surprised by these findings.

Shavuot 2015 – An appointed time of great significance

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Shavuot

Shavuot, the feast of oaths, an appointed time with our Heavenly Father. On this day we seven ourselves, we re-dedicate ourselves to YHVH. We have come to experience Shavuot as focusing on our relationship with YHVH, both individually and nationally. It does make sense because on this day the Torah was given and later the Holy Spirit. Both the Torah and the Holy Spirit enables us to have a relationship with our Heavenly Father. The Torah teaches how to be set apart and the Holy Spirit enables us to be obedient to these instructions.

Read here about our experience of this day.

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