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V O L U M E 4,SECOND LOOK,A study of the victorious Christian life. pursuing holiness inwardly and outwardly,avoiding legalism protecting Christian. liberty and applying scriptural principles,to everyday situations. DAVID K BERNARD,PRACTICAL HOLINESS,A SECOND LOOK,Series in Pentecostal Theology. 1985 David K Bernard, Printing history 1988 1990 1991 1993 1994 1995 1997.
Cover Design by Paul Povolni, All Scripture quotations in this book are from the King James Version of the. Bible unless otherwise identified Scripture quotations marked NIV are from. the Holy Bible New International Version Copyright c 1973 1978 Interna. tional Bible Society Used by permission of Zondervan Bible Publishers Scrip. tural quotations marked NKJV are from The Holy Bible New King James. Version copyright 1984 by Thomas Nelson Inc Used by permission of. Thomas Nelson Publishers, All rights reserved No portion of this publication may be reproduced stored in. an electronic system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic. mechanical photocopy recording or otherwise without the prior permission. of David K Bernard Brief quotations may be used in literary reviews. Printed in United States of America,Printed by,Bernard David K 1956. Practical holiness a second look by David K Bernard. Hazelwood Mo Word Aflame Press c1985,334 p 21 cm Series in Pentecostal theology v 4. Bibliography p 329 334,ISBN 0 912315 91 1 pbk, 1 Holiness 2 Christian life Pentecostal authors I Title.
II Series Bernard David K 1956 Series in Pentecostal theology v 4. BT767 B47 1985 248 4 899 dc 19 86 119761,AACR 2 MARC. Library of Congress,To Pastor and Mrs Thomas L Craft. the First Pentecostal Church of Jackson, Mississippi and the faculty staff and student body of. Jackson College of Ministries for creating the spiritual. environment that made this book possible,TABLE OF CONTENTS. AUTHOR S PREFACE 11,1 THE CHRISTIAN AND SIN 13,The sinful nature Power over the sinful nature We.
must not sin If we sin we must repent Assurance of. salvation What is sin Sin and grace,2 GENERAL HOLINESS PRINCIPLES 31. Definition of holiness Following holiness requires. personal effort A daily walk A continual growth,process Two kinds of holiness standards Spiritual. fruit Self discipline Overcoming sin a practical,approach Excerpts from Holiness by J C Ryle. Practical applications today Retaliation Greed and. materialism Prejudice Conclusion,3 THE DANGERS OF LEGALISM 57. Legalism defined Legalism condemned Self right,eous reliance on works for salvation Failure to.
develop inward holiness Failure to develop a mature. understanding of principles Living by minimum,requirements and loopholes Hypocrisy and incon. sistency Man made rules Misapplication of prin,ciples Difficulty in maintaining the system. Judgmental and condemnatory attitude The legalism, of the Pharisees Improper alternatives to legalism. The importance of moral law God s nature holiness,and love Receiving the Holy Spirit Faith Love. Conclusion,4 CHRISTIAN LIBERTY 85,Freedom from sin Freedom from the law Freedom.
in non moral matters We must always obey God s, Word Guidelines for proper use of Christian liberty. Tolerance but not compromise Legalism liberty and,church standards Legalism liberty and teaching. Contemporary non moral issues Conclusion,5 PRACTICAL HOLINESS. IN CHURCH HISTORY 109,The early church fathers The middle ages Luther. and the Protestant Reformation The Anabaptists,John Calvin and the Reformed The Puritans The.
Anglicans The Quakers The Pietists The Baptists,John Wesley and the Methodists The Holiness move. ment The Pentecostals 20th century changes Non,Christian religions Conclusion. 6 TELEVISION AND MOVIES 135, Biblical foundation Additional findings Taming the. TV Habit Book Burning Movies Teaching in early,church history Teaching in later church history. Home video Conclusion,7 SCRIPTURAL TEACHING,ON ADORNMENT AND DRESS 155.
Biblical foundation The spiritual significance of,dress Dress and Christian values Detrimental. effects of unholy dress Biblical examples immodes,ty Biblical examples makeup Biblical examples. jewelry Application sex distinction in dress,Application Modesty of dress Application adorn. ment Rings Objections to Deuteronomy 22 5, Objections in favor of makeup Objections in favor of. 8 HISTORICAL TEACHING,ON ADORNMENT AND DRESS 191, Clement of Alexandria Tertullian Other teaching in.
early church history Teaching in later church history. John Wesley The 20th century Conclusion,9 HAIR 209. Biblical foundation I Corinthians 11 long hair as a. covering I Corinthians 11 a literal veil A universal. teaching The teaching of nature The teaching of,other scriptural passages Men s hair and the. Nazarite vow Miscellaneous objections Teaching in,church history. 10 STEWARDSHIP OF THE BODY 225,Biblical foundation Alcohol Tobacco Marijuana. Prescription drugs Caffeine Objections to total,abstinence Teaching in early church history.
Teaching in later church history Conclusion,11 THE SANCTITY OF MARRIAGE 243. Biblical foundation The problem today The Chris,tian husband The Christian wife The sexual rela. tionship within marriage Birth control Divorce Old. Testament teaching Divorce the teaching of Jesus, The exception clause The restrictive nature of the. it exception clause Divorce the teaching of Paul,Remarriage Conclusion regarding divorce and. remarriage Teaching in church history Divorce,12 THE SANCTITY OF HUMAN LIFE 275.
Biblical foundation Killing in warfare and self, defense Israel s wars Defense of country Defense of. self and family Bearing arms Capital punishment, Abortion and the Scriptures Medical evidence on the. unborn child Abortion methods Are some abortions, justifiable Teaching in church history war Teaching. in church history abortion Conclusion,13 ASTROLOGY 303. Definition Scriptural teaching against astrology, False science There is no godly astrology Teaching.
in church history Conclusion,14 WORLDLY AMUSEMENTS 313. Scriptural concepts Worldly appearance Worldly,atmosphere Inherently worldly amusements. Practical application Gambling Rice s Amusements,for Christians Teaching in church history. Conclusion,BIBLIOGRAPHY 329,SUBJECT INDEX 335,SCRIPTURE INDEX 345. Author s Preface, I am convinced that there is both a great need and a.
great hunger today for teaching on practical holiness As. of this writing over 17 600 copies of In Search of. Holiness have been printed It has been well received by. new converts charismatics independent congregations. and people outside the traditional Holiness Pentecostal. movement This indicates that in many places there is a. genuine desire for scriptural holiness I believe that we. can see in our day a revival of holiness to accompany the. revival of the Holy Spirit, Why another book on holiness Certainly no one book. can exhaust this rich subject in many ways the first book. was simply an introduction Specifically the present book. has been designed with several additional purposes in. mind 1 To investigate the theology of holiness further. considering such topics as the sinful nature legalism and. Christian liberty 2 To provide historical perspectives on. practical holiness issues 3 To delve deeper into a num. ber of topics such as adornment and dress hair marriage. and divorce abortion and astrology 4 To present addi. tional research in some areas such as television alcohol. tobacco and drugs 5 To answer numerous objections,raised to practical holiness teaching. Although in many ways this book is a sequel to In, Search of Holiness it can be read by itself To facilitate. this Chapter 2 includes a brief summary of basic prin. ciples discussed in the first book Whenever a chapter. depends significantly on material covered in the previous. book that material is summarized and presented at the. beginning of the chapter, All biblical quotations are taken from the King James. Version unless otherwise indicated The following ab. breviations are used KJV for King James Version NKJV. for New King James Version and NIV for New Interna. tional Version, I am especially thankful to my wife Connie for her.
patience and faithful support throughout the writing. I trust that the reader will study this book with an. open mind an open heart and an open Bible It is not my. intention to be legalistic critical condemnatory or divi. sive in any way Rather my desire is simply to contribute. to the enunciation of a consistent biblical theology of. holiness I am striving to implement these principles in. my life and trust that I can assist others also in perfect. ing holiness in the fear of God,David K Bernard,Jackson Mississippi. THE CHRISTIAN, For all have sinned and come short of the glory of. God Romans 3 23, My little children these things write I unto you that. ye sin not And if any man sin we have an advocate with. the Father Jesus Christ the righteous I John 2 1, The Bible calls followers of Christ to a life of holiness. In order to obey this biblical command however we must. first understand the relationship between the human. nature and sin This chapter investigates sin s power with. respect to the human race and particularly with respect to. the born again Christian This will form a basis for our. subsequent discussion of the principles of holiness. The Sinful Nature,The Bible emphatically declares that every human.
being has sinned In chapters 1 2 and 3 of Romans Paul. demonstrated that all mankind is guilty before God He. concluded We have proved both Jews and Gentiles, that they are all under sin As it is written There is none. righteous no not one There is none that understandeth. there is none that seeketh after God They are all gone. out of the way they are together become unprofitable. there is none that doeth good no not one For all,have sinned and come short of the glory of God. Romans 3 9 12 23 The Apostle John stated If we say. that we have not sinned we make him a liar and his word. is not in us I John 1 10 Even the Old Testament, affirms There is no man that sinneth not I Kings 8 46. II Chronicles 6 36, Sinful acts arise from the nature of sin that all human. beings inherit as a result of the sin of Adam the first rep. resentative of the human race This sinful nature is also. known as the flesh or the carnal man Behold I was, shapen in iniquity and in sin did my mother conceive me.
Psalm 51 5 The heart is deceitful above all things and. desperately wicked who can know it Jeremiah 17 9, Wherefore as by one man sin entered into the world. and death by sin and so death passed upon all men for. that all have sinned Romans 5 12, The penalty for sin is death but just as we were led. into sin and death by one man Adam so we can receive. forgiveness and life through one man Christ For as by. one man s disobedience many were made sinners so by. the obedience of one shall many be made righteous, Romans 5 19 For as in Adam all die even so in Christ. shall all be made alive I Corinthians 15 22, Even after the new birth we still possess the sin prin. ciple or the sin nature This I say then Walk in the Spirit. and ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh For the flesh. lusteth against the Spirit and the Spirit against the flesh. and these are contrary the one to the other Galatians. 5 16 17 Do ye think that the scripture saith in vain The. spirit that dwelleth in us lusteth to envy James 4 5 If. we say that we have no sin we deceive ourselves and the. truth is not in us I John 1 8, The sinful nature consists of a compulsion to commit.
sinful acts It is more than a capacity to sin such as Adam. had in his state of innocence for if we let the sinful nature. lead us it will always cause us to sin Galatians 5 17. In Romans 7 Paul taught that neither the law of God. nor the law of the mind brings power over the law of sin. That is neither God s moral law nor the good intentions. of the human mind impart power to overcome the princi. ple of sin that impels humans to sin We know that the. law is spiritual but I am unspiritual sold as a slave to sin. I do not understand what I do For what I want to do I do. not do but what I hate I do And if I do what I do not want. to do I agree that the law is good As it is it is no longer. I myself who do it but it is sin living in me I know that. nothing good lives in me that is in my sinful nature For. I have the desire to do what is good but I cannot carry it. out For what I do is not the good I want to do no the evil. I do not want to do this I keep on doing Now if I do. what I do not want to do it is no longer I who do it but. it is sin living in me that does it, So I find this law at work When I want to do good evil. is right there with me For in my inner being I delight in. God s law but I see another law at work in the members of. my body waging war against the law of my mind and, making me a prisoner of the law of sin at work within my.


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