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Day 7 - God Taught Holiness throughout the OT

Welcome to 40 Days of Holiness! Today we're answering the question, "Where does holiness come from? How can things or humans become holy?"

About the Guided Prayer experience: Each day of the 40 Days of Holiness journey will contain not only a written prayer in your Pursuing Holiness workbook, but a 5-minute video prayer time for seeking God's holiness in our hearts. This prayer time is designed to be an anchor, a specific time of seeking the Holiness of God in your life and heart. 

Prayer: Father in Heaven, you are holy always and forever. Holiness flows from you. I praise you for making all that you possess holy, just like you are holy. I ask that you flow to me and through me, and that you produce in me in this 40 days, greater and greater holiness in every part of me. I want you to own new parts of me, fill new parts of my mind, heart, and attitudes, that I am not even aware of at this moment. I invite you to show me new places in my heart for you to fill and make them shine with your holiness. Amen.

Have questions about holiness in the Old Testament?

If you're looking for answers about holiness in the Old Testament, you're not the only one. Let Pastor Darrell Stetler II answer your questions on his Youtube live stream. If you'll click the small chat button on the lower right corner of your screen to ask your question, it will go straight to Darrell's email. 


If you haven't ordered your Pursuing Holiness Workbook, you can click here to download this individual Bible study on holiness in the Bible, or click here to get a printing license for Pursuing Holiness for your church.

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