The pursuit of _____ is the normal manner of life for the believer.
The believer is totally dependent on the _____ and _____ as the Agents of redemption and on the _____ of Christ for the pursuit of holiness.
The pursuit of holiness rejects all devices of the _____.
First John 2:1 says that if we sin we have an _____ with the Father, Jesus Christ the Righteous.
It is the aim of our individual _____ that we present our bodies a living sacrifice to God.
The exhortation, in 2 Corinthians 7:1, to cleanse ourselves from the filthiness of the flesh and spirit is based on the _____ of God.
There are two aims of the Lord’s chastening of His children. The first is that we are partakers of His _____ and the second is that we produce the _____ of righteousness.
The aims of the Lord’s _____ are found in Hebrews 12:9-11.
According to Hebrews 12:14, the pursuit of _____ and peace are essential to our seeing God.
The lust of the flesh, the lust of the eye, and the pride of life are the _____ of worldliness.
The conquest of the believer over the world and its lusts is an act of _____ in Christ.
According to John 15:3, we are clean through the _____.
In John 17:17, Christ prayed that the disciples be sanctified through the _____.
According to _____, the sincere milk of the Word is essential to laying aside evil attitudes and works.
The work of the _____ is essential to our being set free from the law of sin and death.
A believer fulfills the _____ of the law by walking in the Spirit.
According to Romans 8:13, it is by the Spirit that the _____ of the body are to be put to death.
According to Galations 5:16, the believer avoids walking in the _____ by walking in the Spirit.
The leading of the Spirit produces the _____ of the Spirit.
Three elements remove the pursuit of holiness from the realm of personal achievement: _____, the _____, and the _____.