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Purification Titus 2:14; 1 Peter 1:18-19 Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works. Purification is the process of making clean or removing corruptible; in today's discussion the focus is on purification of man by the precious blood of Jesus Christ. Let's look at what Jesus' blood did in the purification process; first His blood was shed on the cross at Calvary to redeem us from all wickedness as it cleanse us from all the negatives brought on by sin. While in this state of mind we had a desire to deify God's law and His holy standards (1 John 3:4). Once the believer is redeemed, sanctified, and justified those desires changed from disobedience to obedience. Also, there is a heart-felt love and devotion to God as well as a desire to live to please Him by being living sacrifices unto Him. The second act in the purification process was to make us a holy nation that is separated from the world and its systems. We became a people consecrated to God as His own possession. As a consecrated people we have the seal of the Holy Spirit who keeps us in the family of God. In purification we become a holy people who will stand and tell the world "yes I have been born again." Thanks God for Jesus and His precious blood that cleanse my soul from sin and iniquities and have washed me wither than snow. Jesus our purifier; His blood the purifying agent in the purification process. What a purifier! Comments are welcome Author's contact: http://willie-writing.blogspot.com, white3285@sbcglobal.net

Š All Rights subsists September 30, 2011 Dr. Willie White


Purification