"God is always perfectly holy. The word holy means “sacred” or “set apart”. In the context of God, it emphasizes the separation of God’s goodness from evil or sin, from living in the Spirit or living in the flesh. Likewise, God calls us to be holy, “You shall be holy, for I am holy.” (1 PETER 1:16; LEV. 1 1 : 4 4 ) , but He also calls us to be perfect (MATT. 5:48). This perfection does not refer to power or ability, it means completeness. To be perfect, then, is to be made whole. To be holy is to fully dedicate your life to God by separating your thought and action from the world. You are in the world, but not of the world. In Psalm 99, the author mentions three names: Moses, Aaron, and Samuel. These men
were pillars of the Jewish faith–––they were holy men of God. Moses took God’s words and wrote them down so that the people of Israel could worship correctly, worshipping
only one God, the God of holiness and perfection. Samuel, the thirteenth judge of Israel, brought the people of Israel back to correct worship of God, also. Who we worship reflects the way we worship. In Psalm 99 we learn who this God is. We are a family-run international ministry with television, print and online programs designed to guide you through the Bible in one year.
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