Sanctification is another term for holiness. In this study we are going to take a look at four aspects of sanctification. Each of these aspects, with their introduction and sub-headings will develop into a thirty-six part study. This study is based on “Sanctification” by A. Paget Wilkes.

“In proportion as a church is holy, in that proportion will its testimony for Christ be powerful” (Charles Spurgeon).

The Necessity of Sanctification

1. The Need
2. Seeing the Lord
3. Oneness with Christ
4. Usefulness and Power
5. The Power of Love
6. Ready for Christ’s Return
7. Power to Praise in Times of Reproach
8. Power to Obey

The Nature of Sanctification

1. Healing of the Soul
2. The Conscience
3. The Will
4. The Desires
5. The Affections
6. The Imagination
7. The Mind
8. The Memory

The Way of Sanctification

1. The Blessed Gift
2. God does it by Love
3. God does it by Chastening
4. God does it through the Promises
5. God does it through the Blood of Christ
6. God does it through the Holy Spirit
7. God does it by the Word
8. God does it through Dedication

The Timing of Sanctification

1. The Time is Now
2. Earnest Desire
3. Conviction
4. Enlightenment
5. Repentance
6. Humility
7. Faith
8. The Trial of faith