Cultural Holiness

"Many Christians have what we might call a 'cultural holiness.' They adapt to the character and behavior pattern of Christians around them. As the Christian culture around them is more or less holy, so these Christians are more or less holy. But God has not called us to be like those around us. He has called us to be like Himself. Holiness is nothing less than conformity to the character of God." ---Jerry Bridges, The Pursuit of Holiness, pp. 25-26.
On My Mind: Dang, Gina. I've really let the blog go. It's definitely not because I don't have thoughts to air out... it's just that the blog is not my priority these days. It's a pity that I'm employed now.

Interesting Fact of the Day: I have a serious problem while shopping. I actually have two. 1- If it were not for problem number 2, I would be a shopaholic. 2 - I constantly guilt myself for buying things when the rest of the world is in poverty/because I have to find a way to pay for seminary.

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