Set Apart for the Lord (Exodus 30)

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God gives Moses the special formula for the anointing oil and sacred incense, both of which are holy to the Lord. In this account we find a practical illustration of what it means for something (or someone) to be holy: to be set apart for God. In connection with that we look at other inspiring passages about the way of holiness, the only sure way to heaven. We also read from a sermon by John Wesley, known today by the title "Holiness is Not Legalism" (but orignially with the snappier title "A Blow at the Root, or Christ Stabbed in the House of His Friends"), that offers a passionate and convicting call for all Christians to live holy lives.

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