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Holiness: God's Plan for Fullness of Life

Holiness: God's Plan for Fullness of Life

Written by Henry Blackaby

Narrated by Mel Foster

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Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars4.5/5 (18 ratings)
Length: 2 hours

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"If there is anything that characterizes God's people in America today, it is the loss of the fear of God," states Henry Blackaby. When you do not fear God, he contends, you will not fear sin. The troubling result of this issue is that many Christians fail to recognize that they have sinned against God. The lack of holiness within the Church has reached epidemic levels. "True revival can only come," notes Blackaby, "when the people of God return to a healthy, holy fear of Him."

God, in His holiness, is grieved by our lack of it. In his worthy book, Blackaby urges believers to look inward, to see sin from God's perspective, and to live the standard that He has set up in Scripture. He writes, "The salvation of the nation has little do with Washington or Hollywood - it has to do with the people of God!"
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Holiness: God's Plan for Fullness of Life

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Book Information

Holiness: God's Plan for Fullness of Life

Written by Henry Blackaby

Narrated by Mel Foster

Ratings:
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars4.5/5 (18 ratings)
Length: 2 hours

Description

"If there is anything that characterizes God's people in America today, it is the loss of the fear of God," states Henry Blackaby. When you do not fear God, he contends, you will not fear sin. The troubling result of this issue is that many Christians fail to recognize that they have sinned against God. The lack of holiness within the Church has reached epidemic levels. "True revival can only come," notes Blackaby, "when the people of God return to a healthy, holy fear of Him."

God, in His holiness, is grieved by our lack of it. In his worthy book, Blackaby urges believers to look inward, to see sin from God's perspective, and to live the standard that He has set up in Scripture. He writes, "The salvation of the nation has little do with Washington or Hollywood - it has to do with the people of God!"
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