Live a Life of Holiness (Morning)


2 Peter 1:5-7 5 But also for this very reason, giving all diligence, add to your faith virtue, to virtue knowledge, 6 to knowledge self-control, to self-control perseverance, to perseverance godliness, 7 to godliness brotherly kindness, and to brotherly kindness love.

Once upon a time, there lives a generous and benevolent king. He and the queen are loved by their subjects and respected by other kings and queens. One day, a street urchin tries to steal a golden bracelet from the king’s wrist. When the boy is apprehended, the general wants to cut the boy’s hands. But the kind king intervenes. He gently asks the street urchin “Where are your parents?” The boy shakes his head. Then the king questions the boy one last time “Do you want to be our adopted son? You’ll be treated like the princes and princesses. But you must leave your past life behind. No more stealing and petty theft. You are king’s son and you must act like one.” It is difficult at first, the boy is clueless about how to behave in court. But he endures it to make his adopted parents proud.

Old habits die hard, indeed. But if you truly love Holy Spirit and His presence, any difficulties are meaningless. We must oblige and make our lives holy because He is holy. This year, God challenges us to climb up to the roof. To seek His will and chase His rhema.

The time is now. Pursue holiness and grow exponentially within it. It’s time to leave our past behind, the same past that hinders our spiritual progress and breakthrough. Attend morning altar daily, join David’s Tent and listen to our pastor live streaming and sermons every Saturday and Sunday. Our church wants nothing but spiritual improvement in its members and congregation.


He wants us to live more in the HOLINESS.


1. In your opinion, is there any valid correlation between your spiritual and holiness level and His promise fulfillment in this year?
2. Are there things that compromise your progress to gain access to the next level of holiness?
3. Please, write down your commitments to strengthen and enhance your spiritual life.


“Jesus Christ our LORD, we are grateful for Holy Spirit You give us. You want us to increase our level of spirituality and holiness. Enable us, LORD, with Your help nothing is impossible. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”


Esther 3-5
Acts 5:22-42