Conversion, perfection, sanctification become the pre-eminent religious acts.
"Life of St. Francis of Assisi" by Paul Sabatier
The one condition imposed upon them was that of chastity, as tending to a state of sanctification.
"The Customs of Old England" by F. J. Snell
He proved Him to be 'Sanctification;' I saw my corruption.
"The Dairyman's Daughter" by Legh Richmond
He proved him to be 'Sanctification;' I saw my corruption.
"The Annals of the Poor" by Legh Richmond
There came a moment, of course, when her sense of sanctification broke like a bubble.
"Jane Journeys On" by Ruth Comfort Mitchell
No work of sanctification has ever been wrought in any soul without suffering.
"The Life of the Waiting Soul in the Intermediate State" by R. E. Sanderson
The principal cause of the sanctification of springs must, of course, be explained by the first of Christian ordinances.
"The Book-Hunter" by John Hill Burton
In that burning whiteness I discern the possibility of my own sanctification.
"My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year" by John Henry Jowett
But it means also, love, perfection, sanctification.
"Gold Dust" by E. L. E. B.
But with the priesthood of Christ is true spiritual remission, sanctification and absolution.
"Epistle Sermons, Vol. II" by Martin Luther
The way many of us think about sanctification is, well, not very sanctified.
According to the Catholic Church, "Sacraments are outward signs of inward grace, instituted by Christ for our sanctification" (Catechismus concil.
We'll be praying and fasting for all churches with non stop worship, so we encourage you to come and seek Gods sanctification .
Yet kiddushin, the word for the sanctification of marriage, comes from the same root.
Becoming an authentic Christian is a lifelong process called sanctification--a process in which a believer cooperates with the indwelling Holy Spirit to become more like Jesus.
Indulgences deal with the manner in which Christians help each other attain sanctification.
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