Messianic Apologetics

Addressing the Theological and Spiritual Issues of the Broad Messianic Movement

Sanctification (Holiness)

Are we about to see a resurgence of the influence of the Wesleyan theological tradition, because of the recent Asbury Revival? Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee, and his mother, Outreach Israel Ministries business manager Margaret McKee Huey, discuss some of their family’s Methodist heritage and experiences. Also considered is the positive influence the Wesleyan tradition can have on the current development of the Messianic movement.

After our heart, the mind is clearly the first part of our beings that is to experience transformation. If one examines Yeshua’s Sermon on the Mount and His sayings about one being angry with a neighbor, one having lustful inclinations, or simple hate for others, you can be rest assured that the Lord does place a high priority on our thoughts. It is not solely enough for us to commit a sinful act to be guilty; it is sufficient for us to have thoughts of committing a sin for us to be guilty. While some of us may watch science fiction shows where human telepaths are used to probe the thoughts and feelings of criminals or potential criminals, and we might shake our heads about how ludicrous and subjective it might be, God probes our minds all the time. He knows what each one of us is thinking right now. He knows if our thoughts are focused on Him, His Word, and the work that He has assigned us to do—or if we are thinking things that will take us away from Him and damage the relationship that He desires with us.

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