Daily Bread 7/21/2021


Daily Bread – November 12, 2022 (The Seventh Day – Genesis 2:1-3) John 17:16-17 – They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. Sanctify them in Your truth; Your Word is truth. Sanctification Means Consecration To Keep Ourselves From Sin Another insight into the meaning of sanctification is a consecration to destroy all sin and rebellion from our midst. Israel defiled themselves and made a golden calf while Moses was meeting with God. When Moses returned, He gave everyone an opportunity to re-consecrate themselves to God. He called for all who desired to follow the Lord to come and stand with him. Those who refused to be set apart unto the Lord, and persisted to have their idols and their own ways, Moses commanded the Levites to destroy (Exodus 32:25-29). God demands that we abstain from fleshly lust and every wicked way. Although we are sanctified by His own mighty works, He still demands we keep ourselves from sin (1 John 5:18; 1 Thessalonians 4:4). We should count it a great honor to be allowed to have those things God has freely given. Our response to Him should be a complete surrender to all He commands! Blessings, Pastor Mark Spitsbergen