It is one thing to preach holiness as a theory, or as one of the doctrines of the Church, and quite another thing to preach it as an experience and for the purpose of urging it upon believers.
It is common for a message on holiness to be received with applause when preached as doctrine, but to be condemned when presented as God's will for our lives.
Those who hunger and thirst after righteousness and long for the "mind which was also in Christ Jesus" will embrace the crucifixion of self and receive these words of exhortation with joy and gladness. May the messages that follow in "Life In Christ", be an encouragement to you, and a comfort as you journey onward into the ways of God. Godliness puts a man in heaven before his time. Brethren, aspire after godliness.
Look to Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith and never look away until you have His image stamped upon your soul.