When purged from these sins, in what condition is a man, and for what is he prepared?


"If a man therefore purge himself from these, he shall be a vessel unto honor, sanctified, and meet for the
Master's use, and prepared unto every good work!' 2 Tim. 2: 21.
NOTE - Sanctification is the term used to describe the work of God the Holy Ghost upon the
character of those who are justified. We are justified in order that we may be sanctified, and we are
sanctified in order that we may be glorified. 'Whom He justified, them He also glorified.' Rom. 8: 30. The
grace of God is given to make us holy, and so to fit us for God's presence in eternity; for 'without holiness
no man shall see the Lord.' Heb. 12: 114.' - "The Catholic Religion" (Episcopal), by Rev. Vernon Staley,
page 327.

What exhortation is based on the fact that God has forgiven us?
Through what does grace reign unto eternal life?
For whom did Christ suffer all these things?
What peaceful, happy conditions will prevail in the next world as compared with those of this life?
Where were the Ten Commandments placed?
What may be said of \"the sea and the waves roaring\"?
1. According to the words of the angel to Daniel, when might the world look for an increase of knowledge?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle