Today’s Word

Call for Holiness – பரிசுத்தத்திற்கான அழைப்பு

For God did not call us to uncleanness, but in holiness-1 Thessalonians 4:7

தேவன் நம்மை அசுத்தத்திற்கல்ல பரிசுத்தத்திற்கே அழைத்திருக்கிறார்-1 தெசலோனிக்கேயர் 4:7

పరిశుద్ధు లగుటకే దేవుడు మనలను పిలిచెనుగాని అపవిత్రులుగా ఉండుటకు పిలువలేదు-1 థెస్సలొనీకయులకు 4:7

ದೇವರು ನಮ್ಮನ್ನು ಅಶುದ್ಧತೆಗೆ ಕರೆಯದೆ ಶುದ್ಧತೆಗೆ ಕರೆದನು-1 ಥೆಸಲೊನೀಕದವರಿಗೆ 4:7

ദൈവം നമ്മെ അശുദ്ധിക്കല്ല വിശുദ്ധീകരണത്തിന്നത്രേ വിളിച്ചതു-1 തെസ്സലൊനീക്യർ 4:7

Prayer – ஜெபம்

You called us to be holy. Strengthen me to live a holy life like you Lord Jesus. In Jesus name we pray. Amen.

பரிசுத்தத்திற்காக நீர் அழைத்தீர். உம்மைப்போல பரிசுத்தமாய் வாழ என்னை பெலப்படுத்தும் கர்த்தாவே. இயேசுவின் மூலம் ஜெபிக்கிறோம் பிதாவே. ஆமென்.

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Commentary

In 1 Thessalonians 4:7, Paul gives another reason to renounce sexual impurity. These are part of his encouragement to the Thessalonian Christians, after a lengthy description of their excellent reputation. The prior verse warned that impurity brings divine judgment.

As stated here, the second reason is that God has called Christians to lead a holy life. God saved us not simply to rescue us from eternal judgment. He intended to make us holy as He is holy (1 Peter 1:15–16). The process through which He makes us holy is called sanctification, and it involves a partnership. God works in us to make us holy (2 Corinthians 3:18; Philippians 2:13); we have a responsibility to cooperate with Him in that work.

Philippians 2:12 commands us to work out—not work “for”—our own salvation with fear and trembling. Ephesians 6:10 commands us to be strong in the Lord, and the next verse commands us to put on the whole armor of God. Galatians 5 talks about living by the Spirit. Obviously, the Christian life is not a passive life, but an active one in which God and His people are partners.