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ABOUT SANCTIFICATION
by William James Carter, The 1st
08/08/03
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Immediate sanctification is an act of God upon an individual at the onset of salvation. It is based on the salvation of the individual and separates the believer from the unbeliever. From the moment of salvation it is God's express purpose that the person concerned be used for His delight.

Continual sanctification is the work of the believer. It is the perpetual effort of the believer to live in accordance to the Word of God. This sanctification is the process of coming from among the unbeliever by the renewing of the mind and change of actions. It is a bold stand on a continual basis that God's Word is just that.

Ultimate sanctification is another act of God wherein He separates the believer from the physical world. To be absent from the flesh is to be present with the Lord and, thus, separated from eternal damnation.

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