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No reproduction of this work without permission. Printed in the United States of America. Quotations used from the text of The Holiness of God, by R.
Sproul and Ligonier Ministries. Foreword If you had been asked to write the first song of the Bible, what theme would you have chosen? In actuality, not only the first but also the last song to be recorded in Scripture exalts the holiness of God.
In the first instance, recorded in Exodus 15, God is described as majestic in holiness. In the last song, in Revelation Today we are inclined to emphasize the love of God, but we can never begin to appreciate His love as we should until we understand something of His holiness.
Since an understanding of the holiness of God is so important to a right concept of God, the study of the holiness of God should be one of our highest priorities.
This series of lectures by R. Sproul is designed to help you gain a true biblical concept of the holiness of God, to understand how His holiness affects each of us, and how we should respond in our daily lives to His holiness.
Preface In his letter to the Ephesians, Paul prayed that we might have the power to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ Ephesians 3: The passion of my life is to search out the riches of the character of God. This series of messages on video and audio focuses on the holiness of God. I pray that these messages, as well as the companion book, will spark in you a consuming flame for the continued study of the knowledge of God. The fire for God that He creates within us cannot be put out in this life.
He does not intend it to be. Rather, by His Spirit, God cultivates a lifelong pursuit by us that will only be fully satisfied when we stand before His presence in glory. Follow-through is all important. The prize does not go to the one who begins well, but to the one who ends well. It is our desire through Ligonier Ministries to help foster your continued spiritual growth through additional teaching resources.
I trust these resources will fuel that flame for your continued study of God. Neither is intended to stand alone. With characteristic enthusiasm, R.
He insists, however, that the learning process is not complete until addi- tional study, reflection, and application has occurred. This study guide acts as a springboard; it incorporates all of R.
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The goal of each series is to sufficiently interact with the material until the impli- cations and applications become evident. At its best, Christian education should produce diso and foster Christlike character.
Chapter Contents People learn through a variety of means. For some, the most effective means is read- ing; for others, it is discussion.
Some may prefer the lecture style; others may find a more inductive approach through questions and written responses better suited to their needs. Research indicates that multiplying the learning methods increases com- diis, understanding, and retention. Each chapter consists of: The lesson summary is followed by specific, measurable learning objectives which identify particular results to be gained from the chapter.
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For teachers using this guide, the objectives become precise evaluation tools to be used in monitoring the progress of the lesson. These serve to stimulate reflective thought. Dois value is in demonstrating the relevance of age-old truth to contemporary culture. Each lesson begins with either an audio or video lecture, depend- ing upon your choice of format.
The guide contains a broad outline, encouraging students to take additional notes. This also serves as a lesson review. This section provides an opportunity to discover the scriptural basis for the doctrinal development contained in R. When this series is done in a Sunday school setting, the Bible Study is designed to be completed later at home during the sprlul.
This permits individuals to make a more substantial contribution to the class the following week when the questions are discussed. These questions are designed to encourage discussion in a class setting or to stimulate reflection when used for individual study. Some are drawn directly from the lecture; others are meant lw probe related topics not touched upon by R. Each lesson concludes with several suggestions for practical imple- mentation of the truths gained from the study.
Individuals are challenged to think and act differently because of what they have learned santidar to apply this to their family, work, church, and community. Both books are available by contacting Ligonier Ministries.
In addition, a bibliography is included following the seventh lesson for those wanting to pursue the topic through other authors. For Small Group Study This curriculum dioss a highly interactive learning dynamic. The discussion questions are engaging and appeal to all levels of Christian growth.
It is very suit- able for any small group study Sunday schools, home Bible studies, discipleship groups, etc. When used in small group setting, the amount of time available will determine how the lesson should proceed. If 90 minutes are available for each session, a seven-week study can be planned.
A typical approach might include:. Think About It may be best suited for class; however the Bible Study section could be done effectively if the class divides into small groups of 4—5 people each 30 minutes.
For Sunday School If this study is being used as part of a conventional Sunday school class, it is suggested that two weeks be allotted to complete each xe the seven lessons.
In this format, a typical approach for the first week might include: Lacking the accountability derived from a group study, the individual will need to rely especially upon the motivation of eproul Holy Spirit to complete the series. While it is important to write out answers in a group study, it is even more necessary for one to diligently do so in individual study.
The impact of this series can be so profoundly life-changing that a desire for additional teaching on the character of God and the Christian life often results.
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Chuck Asntidad, chairman of Prison Fellowship Ministries, remarks: The material in this series drove me to my knees and dramatically changed my Christian life. It will challenge you—and I pray the church—to a life-changing awareness of the majesty of God.
We invite you to continue your Christian growth through the resources developed by Ligonier Ministries. A complete listing of our other curriculum-based series is high- lighted at the end of this guide. Only as we encounter God in His santixad is it possible for us to see ourselves as we really are. The view of God presented in Isaiah 6: To be indifferent is impossible for the Christian when confronted by the holiness of God.
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The practical life of the Christian flows from the vision of the God of holiness. In this first study we will see the impor- tance which God puts on His holiness. To understand how His holiness should sahtidad our worship. To learn how God wants us to respond to His holiness. They are the representatives of the whole universe, in offering this perpetual homage to the divine holiness.
We know nothing like the divine holiness. It stands apart, unique, unapproachable, incomprehensible and unattainable.
Only the Spirit of the Holy One can impart to the human spirit the knowl- edge of the holy. God is oftener styled holy than almighty, and set forth by this d of His dignity more than by any other.
This is more fixed on as an epithet to His name than any other. This is the greatest title of honour; in this latter doth the majesty and venerableness of His name appear.
He that saith God is not holy speaks much worse than he that saith there is no God at all. This is the name by which God identifies Himself to Moses. This is the most exalted title that the Old Testament uses for God. This is the same title given to Jesus when He is referred to santtidad Lord. In ancient days the clothing of monarchs was a measure of sprohl status. Still today our clothes communicate our importance.
His majesty is focused in the magnificence of the garments. What is sprooul significance of the seraphim? Seraphim are angels sproup the heavenly court which minister in the immediate presence of God. One set of wings is ls cover their faces. One set of wings is to cover their feet. Feet are a manifestation of creatureliness. One set of wings is for flying. What is the significance of the song of the seraphim?
In English we emphasize with italics, underlining, or inflections. The Bible emphasizes with repetition. This is a dimension of God that consumes His very essence. John is recorded in Revelation 4: