Free to Be Holy Book Study Week 1: Reached Through Relationship with Jenn Lozano and Jacqueline Harper


In this episode, we begin studying Free to Be Holy, by Matt Lozano. Matt is Director of Training for Heart of the Father Ministries.

What is Holiness? The Hebrew word kadosh translates as “set apart, sacred, holy.”  This applied to items used in the temple vessels and nothing made holy could be returned to ordinary service. Proper ritual allowed outward participation, but not interior restoration. Through Jesus, God removes our hearts of stone and gives us hearts of flesh.

There are fascinating parallels between the purposes of blood in the human body and the work of Jesus’ blood upon our soul. Blood animates, heals, and reproduces.

Holiness is a lifestyle of making oneself available to God. We limit holiness by continuing to earn God’s favor yet“We can’t be holy without Jesus,” writes Matt.

What isn’t holiness? False approaches to holiness include: performance, out-of-reach holiness, and having false standards.

When we put something above Jesus, we inevitably fail and can fall prey to the enemy’s traps of shame, self-hatred, or pride.

Escaping our sense of inferiority means putting off self-justification and pressing into Jesus. Our relationship with Christ is what we need to rely on.

The Pharisees were so focused on Jesus actions that they missed Him – the Savior right in front of them.

Deepening our walk in holiness means being available to Jesus. It’s not just about what we avoid but what and Whom we embrace.

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Speaker: Jenn Lozano, Jacqueline Harper

March 28, 2024

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