theology July 24, 2020 Do you posses holiness prior to sanctification? Posted by Charles Page in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post Do you posses holiness prior to sanctification? PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleThe Third Temple Can It Be Done soon? Next articleThe Perfection of Our Faithful Wills 15 Comments Reply March 24, 2016 Teresa Vnwy yes Reply March 24, 2016 Pat Fretwell Yes….we walk in the light as he reveals it. Ever growing. Reply July 24, 2020 Varnel Watson no one knows but Jesse Morrell Reply July 24, 2020 Jesse Morrell Sanctification happens when you repent of your sins and are converted from darkness to light Reply July 24, 2020 Varnel Watson but Jesse Morrell I believe RichardAnna Boyce says you dont need to repent in order to be saved Reply July 24, 2020 Jesse Morrell Troy Day what about repenting of unbelief, of self righteousness, of pride, of works based salvation, etc? Are these not sins that need to be repented of in order to be saved? Reply July 24, 2020 Varnel Watson I’ve asked RichardAnna Boyce and he cant tell me Reply July 24, 2020 RichardAnna Boyce Troy Day when one changes your mind about unbelief, and first believe in Jesus to guarantee you eternal life; you are repenting about unbelief. Repentance = 180 degree turn and agreeing with God. But i dont believe repentance of behavioural sins is a necessary condition of initial saving faith. Bur repentance is compulsory for a believer to gain rewards in the Millennium. Reply July 24, 2020 Jesse Morrell 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 Reply July 26, 2020 Varnel Watson did you read this RichardAnna Boyce Reply July 24, 2020 Varnel Watson what verse do you have RichardAnna Boyce Reply July 24, 2020 Michael A. Ward No, you can’t have one independent of the other. Reply July 24, 2020 Ray E Horton In one sense yes, and in another, no. With the instant sanctification of the rebirth of our spirits, we have holiness within. However, at the soulish level of our thoughts, emotions and behavior, that personal holiness must be worked out into our daily lives. Reply July 24, 2020 RichardAnna Boyce First Corinthians 1:30 is a good verse to summarize our sanctified, or set-apart, position in Christ: “But of Him you are in Christ Jesus, who became for us wisdom from God—and righteousness and sanctification and redemption.” This is an absolute, perfect, and objective thing. Positional sanctification takes place instantaneously at salvation, irrespective of how little it may or may not immediately show up in our lives. The Corinthians, who had a long way to go before they would be considered “saintly” by outside observers (and who did, after all, often have rather rough backgrounds), are addressed by Paul in these words: “And such were some of you. But you were washed, but you were sanctified, but you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus and by the Spirit of our God” (1 Cor 6:11) Reply July 25, 2020 Varnel Watson https://teespring.com/rapture-ready-july-2020?tsmac=store&tsmic=theology&pid=972&cid=103978 Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.