Sanctification is an _____ of divine grace.
The basis on which God performs the act of sanctification is the _____ of Christ.
In the act of sanctification, the body of _____ is crucified and unrighteousness is _____ from the heart.
By their nature, _____ anticipate sanctification.
_____ deals with the question of defilement.
Sanctification also deals with the question of separation from _____ and the _____.
According to John 15:2, the purpose of purging is _____.
The Scriptures use various figures of speech to describe the body of sin; the _____ in Romans 6:6; _____ that “dwells in me” in Romans 7:17; the “body of this _____’ in Romans 7:24; the _____ in Romans 7:25; the law of _____ and _____ in Romans 8:2; the _____ mind in Romans 8:7.
The “old man” is dealt with in terms of _____.
According to Romans 8:2, the believer is to be _____ from the law of sin and death.
According to Galations 6:4, the world is to be _____ to the believer and the believer to the world.
Ephesians 5:25, 26 speak of the washing of water by the _____.
In 2 Corinthians 7:1, sanctification is spoken of as cleansing from all filthiness of the _____ and _____.
It is therefore, provided for and applied by divine agents; the provision is the _____ of Christ; the agent of application is the _____.
According to Acts 26:18, believers are sanctified by _____.