Before a Believer makes any effort of sanctification, the New Covenant has accomplished what
God intended by blessing the Believer with access to spiritual wisdom and motivation to be a holy people; an
unconditional covenant that a Believer cannot break (Jer 31:31-33).
This enables the Believer to sanctify himself, separate himself from the profane, and devote and dedicate himself
to God in the following manner:
2. Sanctify his will. With the spiritual union of the Trinity, one’s purpose in life is
altered (Philip 2:12-13;
2 Cor 7:1).
3. Sanctify his character. In cooperating with the Holy Spirit, one produces the fruit of
the Spirit (Gal 5:22;
1 John 2:29;
4. Sanctify his body. In recognition of sanctification through the forgiveness of sin and
the consecration by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, one learns about the sanctity of his human body
(1 Cor 3:16;
However this process of sanctification is determined to the extent of one’s efforts of cooperating
with the Holy Spirit. It requires the Believer’s effort in
Prayer and Worship: Prayer and worship are personal responsibilities to communicate with
God in praise and thanksgiving (Eph 6:18;
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