Psalm 15:1 – Who may worship in your sanctuary Lord?  Who may enter into your presence on your holy hill?  2 Those who lead blameless lives and do what is right, speaking the truth (in love) from sincere hearts… 5 Such people will stand firm forever.

Through the cross, I have sanctified and cleansed you.  Through the blood that washes away all of your unrighteousness, you are innocent and blameless in my sight.  Do not look at your transgressions and failures.  Look to the cross.  Your righteousness is not based on your work, but on the work of my only begotten son.  He who brought the kingdom to dwell inside of you.  The kingdom seed that enables you to first be righteous and holy, and from that being act righteously by naturally bearing good fruit.

This work has made you my sanctuary – my holy temple.  The sanctuary you seek is inside of you, for I’ve chosen to dwell in you.  To inhabit all of you with all of me.  My presence is with you and in you.  Let us never be separated again.  Therefore, let me enter in that you may worship – for this you have been created.  To worship me in spirit and in truth.  The greatest worship you could bring me is your life in union and communion with my spirit and in perfect harmony with my kingdom.  This is worship.  To yield yourself so completely to the work of the king and his kingdom that those who see you see me, and cannot distinguish the difference between the two.  For the two have become one.

Therefore do not fear to speak the truth in love.  For love covers a multitude of sins.  Those who live in this truth, in love – those who live and move and have their being in me – as one, will stand firm forever.  You are not doomed or damned to fall.  For all who build their lives on the rock become one with Him and will stand firm forever.


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For one growing up in church, they could get the idea that sanctification is a process. That one becomes holier the closer he adheres to God's law and commandments now that they have received the free gift of salvation. However, righteousness is completely free! It is available to us through the finished work of Christ. It is all His doing. All His work! None of our own, lest we should boast. This is good news!

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