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Coach Dean Golden for 05/01/2017 I am ready to view them TUESDAY, 05/02/17.

I will start with October 17, 2016, then jump to this week May 01, 2017 going backward. Then go back and view as many as I can for the other classes tell I get caught up to date. Thank you, Dr. Smith, for allowing the Holy Spirit to teach me via you online and live in class. I know that I can do this from my home office, as well as coming in and setting in the classroom on my Chrome Book all day.

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The Sanctification of a Believer

 

 

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Positional Sanctification 

Experiential sanctification 

Ultimate sanctification

 

 

we set in the lap of our Lord Jesus Christ

 

giving Him our lives

the Will of God to transform us to be like mind with Jesus

all things become new in Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.

 

 

we hear the Word of God being preached

stand in the correction of the Holy Ghost for the Will of God

. As we are being Sanctified for the Father who burns all of the rest of our flesh away

and infill’s us with His Glory and see us as Righteous.

 

To know God

to serve God

He serve others

through us

 

we live

we move

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in Him

 

 

we die daily to our old selfish fleshly ways

He is doing His Good Work through us.

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May God Bless each of us as we set in the lap of our Lord Jesus Christ and give Him our lives as we hear the Word of God being preached, and stand in the correction of the Holy Ghost for the Will of God to transform us to be like mind with Jesus - old things pass away and all things become new in Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. As we are being Sanctified for the Father who burns all of the rest of our flesh away and infill’s us with His Glory and see us as Righteous. To know God is to serve God so, He can serve others through us. The Father will press out of us His expressed image. For in Him we live, we move and have our Being; as we die daily to our old selfish fleshly ways; Now He is doing His Work through us.

Coach Dean Golden


BishopDr Joshua Smith Chancellor said:

The Sanctification of a Believer

The sanctification of the believer is in three realms—positional, progressive, and ultimate, reflecting the past, present, and future aspects of salvation. In Romans 8:1-11, Paul notes the reality of positional sanctification as the believer is in union with Christ, having been justified and declared righteous. Then He describes how this sanctification is worked out progressively in the life of the believer who walks according the Spirit. Positional and ultimate sanctification  are entirely the work of God. Progressive sanctification requires the cooperation of the believer, who is commanded to be filled with the Spirit.

Positional Sanctification – JUSTIFICATION spiritual readiness or to receive a pardon we don't deserve through grace and forbearance. At salvation, believers are justified, declared righteous in conformity to the image of Jesus Christ. “For whom He foreknew, He also predestined to become conformed to the image of His Son, that He might be the first-born among many brethren” (Rom. 8: 29). This is entirely a work of God.

Experiential sanctification SANCTIFICATION spiritual maturity or putting down the works of the flesh through mercy and forgiveness. The goal is Christ likeness, the result of the ministry of the Holy Spirit in producing godliness in the life of the believer. In essence, progressive sanctification is becoming in experience what we already are positioned in Christ. The Holy Spirit operates in believers to free them experientially from the power of sin and death. “And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect” (Rom. 12:2).

The progress of sanctification, or spiritual maturity, is marked by conflict, spiritual warfare, because our new life in Christ is on a collision course with the world, is opposed by Satan, and fought by the sinful nature within us. It is the presence of the Holy Spirit that produces the tension or conflict in our life. This conflict in the life of a believer, rather than being proof sanctification’s absence, is evidence of its work.

Progressive sanctification is accomplished by the Holy Spirit as the believer is filled with the Holy Spirit as a result of having no unconfessed sin in his or her life. It is an act entirely of God so that the righteous man lives by faith and not by works. However, it involves a choice: “Be ye holy for I am holy” (1 Pet. 1:14-16).

Ultimate sanctification – GLORIFICATION spiritual perfection in love or selflessness through "disappearing for God to appear. The final stage in the salvation process is the ultimate sanctification of the believer—the future glorification of the believer. It is realized at resurrection when the believer will be transformed into the likeness of Christ and presented to the Lord as holy. The indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the life of a believer is both the promise of and the agency for this future glorification, which includes 1) the redemption of the body, 2) an inheritance undefiled and eternal, and 3) deliverance from the future wrath of God.

“In Him, you also, after listening to the message of truth, the gospel of your salvation—having also believed, you were sealed in Him with the Holy Spirit of promise, who is given as a pledge of our inheritance, with a view to the redemption of God’s own possession, to the praise of His glory” (Eph. 1:13-14; cf. 1 Cor. 1:22).

 Justification delivers from the penalty of sin

Sanctification delivers from the power of sin

Glorification delivers from the presence of sin

 

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In the same way, count yourselves dead to sin but alive to God in Christ Jesus.

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In baptism, we are united with Christ in his death (see Romans 6:1-14 for the background of this devotional meditation). Our old sinful selves are crucified with Christ. We are no longer slaves to sin. We are alive in Christ — the one whom sin could not master and death could not conquer. His life is now our life. His victory is our victory. His future is our future. Let's set our hearts to live based upon this certainty!

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Gracious Father, I find it incredible that you put all my past sin in the grave of your crucified Son and have raised me up to new life in him. Inspire me to find meaning, joy, and victory in Jesus. Strengthen me with your Spirit and conform me more perfectly to my Lord. Please empower me to live fully trusting that all of my sin is dead, buried and gone. Please give me the confidence that my new life is bound up with Jesus and his future. Jesus, I thank you for this hope and offer this praise in your name. Amen.

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