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Sanctification (Luke 15)

Sanctification is a religious word that many believers don’t understand.  It means to be holy or “becoming more holy,” but also references the right or proper state of being.  This week we gather to discuss how confession and repentance are the disciplines that bring about that right state of being, the disciplines that cause us to become more and more holy.

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