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Lesson 12

Salvation--What Happened To Me the Moment I Was Saved?

I Was Sanctified (Separated)--Part 2

I Was Sanctified (1 Corinthians 1:2; 1:30)

[For the first part of this study, see Lesson 11]

We shall now study three more FACTS that will help us to understand what the Bible teaches concerning SEPARATION (or SANCTIFICATION):

FACT NUMBER 4 – Biblical Separation is twofold: (1) Separation from and (2) Separation unto.

Separation From Scripture Passage Separation Unto

and have  ____________________ you ____________ other people,
Leviticus 20:26 And ye shall be __________     ___________me: for I the LORD am _____________


which ________________ you __________    _________    _______ the land of Egypt
Leviticus 25:38 that ye should be _______________. I am the LORD _____________ God,

to _____________ you the land of Canaan, and to be _____________    ________

___________ Egypt, ___________ the nations and their ________ ?
2 Samuel 7:23-24







And what one nation in the earth is like thy people, even like Israel, whom God went to redeem for a people _______     _______________ , and to make him a name, and to do for you great things and terrible, for thy land, before thy people which thou redeemedst _____    ________


For thou hast confirmed  _____    ______________ thy people,  Israel to be a people   ________ thee _________________: and thou, LORD, art become ____________    _________.

He ______________ me ______ also ________    ____ an horrible ______, _______   ____ the miry clay,


Psalm 40:2




and set my feet _______    ___    ___________, and _____________________ my goings. 

.... but is passed _______________ death


John 5:24



___________ life.

Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to be _____________ indeed ________     ________,


Romans 6:11




but _____________     ________ _________ through Jesus Christ our Lord.

But now being made free _________    _______


Romans 6:22  

and become servants ____    ________, ye have your fruit ______     ____________________.

Wherefore come out _________    ___________     ____________, and be ye ___________________, saith the Lord, and ______________     _______ the unclean thing;


2 Corinthians 6:17-18





and I will _______________ you, and will be a _____________ unto you, and ye shall be _____ sons and daughters, saith the _________   _____________________.

... let us ________________ ourselves ___________ all ________________ of the flesh and spirit,


2 Corinthians 7:1




perfecting ____________________ in the fear of God.

Who hath ______________ us _______ the power of ____________________



Colossians 1:13


and hath translated us _____________ the kingdom of his dear ___________.
________ idols


1 Thess. 1:9



... and how ye turned _____     ________

to  _____________ the living and true _________.



... that he might redeem us __________    ______ ___________________,


Titus 2:14  

and purify _________ ______________ a peculiar people, zealous of __________     ________.

... that we, being ________ _________    ____________,


1 Peter 2:24  

should live _________    _________________________.

... Unto him that loved us, and washed us _______     ________    _________, in his own blood,


Revelation 1:5-6  


And hath made us kings and priests _______    __________.

Separation from means that God has saved us from all that is evil and sinful. Separation unto means that God has saved us unto Himself (for Himself), that we might belong to Him and enjoy Him forever. There are some verses that speak only of separation from and there are other verses that speak only of separation unto. Look up the following passages, read them carefully, and if the verse is speaking of separation from, write "from." If the verse is speaking of separation unto, write "unto." The verse may or may not have the word "from" or "unto" contained in it. It is not the word we are looking for, but the idea.

__________ Psalm 107:2 _____________ 2 Cor. 5:15 ___________ 1 Pet. 1:3-4
__________ Matthew 1:21 _____________ 2 Cor. 5:18 ___________ 1 Pet. 2:25
__________ Luke 1:16 _____________ Gal. 1:4 ___________ 1 Pet. 5:10
__________ Acts 2:40 _____________ Eph. 2:10 ___________ 2 Pet. 1:3
__________ Romans 1:1 _____________ 1 Thess. 1:10 ___________ 2 Pet. 1:9
__________ 1 Cor. 1:9 _____________ 1 Thess. 2:12 ___________ Rev. 5:9

FACT NUMBER 5 – God has put a DIFFERENCE between the saved and the unsaved and God demands that this DIFFERENCE be very clear and very well defined. Therefore the believer MUST live a separated life!

As we study God’s Word we soon learn that there is a great difference between those that are saved and those that are lost. Look up the following verses, read them carefully and match the proper letter with the proper number:

1) ______ death life A.  Luke15:24
2) ______ death unto death life unto life B.  John 3:16
3) ______ darkness light C.  John 3:18
4) ______ night day D.  John 5:24
5) ______ lost found E.  John 8:12
6) ______ unrighteousness righteousness F.  1 Cor. 1:18
7) ______ infidel believer G.  2 Cor. 2:16
8) ______ condemnation no condemnation H.  2 Cor. 6:14
9) ______ perish everlasting life I.  2 Cor. 6:15
10) ______ perish saved J.  1 Thess. 5:5
11) ______ children of the devil children of God K.  1 John 3:10

In Leviticus 20:22-23 we learn that God wanted the children of Israel to follow:

a. the other nations
b. the Egyptians
c. His Word
d. their own desires

T-F _________________ Deuteronomy 18:9-14: God wanted the children of Israel to enter into the promised land (Palestine) so that they could learn the customs of the heathen nations and imitate their ways.

Does God put a DIFFERENCE between the unclean and the clean (Leviticus 10:10; 11:47)? _______ Read carefully John 13:2 and John 13:10-11. Were all of the 12 disciples clean? ______ What was the name of the unclean disciple? ______________  Was there a great difference (in God’s eyes) between him and the other eleven? ___________

In Ephesians 2:11-13 Paul reminds the Ephesian believers of the time when they were unsaved: "remember that ye, being in time past (before you were saved) _________________in the flesh" (v.11). Before you were saved, were you without Christ (Eph. 2:12)? __________ Were you without any real hope? _____ Were you without God? ______________

According to Ephesians 4:17, should we live the way unsaved people live? _____ Should we live the way we used to live when we were unsaved? ________ Is Ephesians 4:17-19 a good description of what you were like when you were unsaved? __________ When a person comes to know the truth that is in Christ will he want to live the same way he used to live when he was unsaved (Eph. 4:20-21)? _______ Does God want us to imitate the sons of disobedience (Eph. 5:6-7)? ________ Because we are no longer in darkness (see John 8:12; Colossians 1:13; 1 Peter 2:9; and 1 Thessalonians 5:5-8), how are we to walk (read Eph. 5:8)? _________________________________________________________

What should we put off (Col. 3:9; Eph. 4:22)? ________________________________ What should we put on (Eph. 4:24; Col. 3:10)? ______________________________ Because we are in Christ what are we (2 Corinthians 5:17)? ________________________________________________ Therefore, should we continue to live a life of sin? ___________

We learn from 1 Thessalonians 4:5 that the Gentiles do not know _________. Does the believer know God (John 17:3; 1 John 5:20)? ___________ Should the believer live the same way as those who do not know God? ________ If a person truly knows the living God, will that make a difference in the way he lives and acts and walks? _______

Is Titus 3:3 a good description of your life before you were saved? ________ Has Christ made a DIFFERENCE (Titus 3:4-7)? ________ What should the believer be careful to maintain each and every day? (Titus 3:8) ________________________________ We learn in Titus 3:14 that God does not want the believer to be _______________________.

Should we be living our lives according to the former lusts and desires that we had when we were unsaved (1 Peter 1:14)? _______ Who now works in us to give us the desire to please Christ (Phil. 2:13)? __________ Has God completely removed our old sinful desires or do we still have them (read Romans 7:15-25)? ______________________________ And yet, because we are saved we also have the desire to do the _________ of God (1 Pet. 4:2). Why did Christ come into the world (Hebrews 10:7)? _____________________________________________________________
The Lord Jesus had a great hunger and desire to do what (John 4:34)? _____________________________________________________

What prayer did our Lord Jesus pray that is a good prayer for us to pray (Luke 22:42)? ___________________________________________________
According to 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, God’s will for our life includes three things:

1. (v.16) ____________________________________________________________

2. (v.17) ____________________________________________________________

3. (v.18) _____________________________________________________________

If we are truly saved, will our unsaved friends and loved ones be able to see a difference in our lives (1 Pet. 4:3-4)? __________ Will they think it strange and unusual when we don’t do some of the things we used to do? _________

True-False _________________ I thank the Lord that He has saved me and made me a new creature in Christ and now by God’s grace I want to live differently, doing God’s will so that men and women and boys and girls might see my changed life and trust in the Lord Jesus so that they too might have this so-great salvation! (read Psalm 40:1-3)

FACT NUMBER 6 – The believer is to be separated not isolated.

Read John 15:18 and in your own words, explain why the world hates the believer: ___________________________________________________________________
The world does not love the believer (see John 15:19) because the believer is not ____ the world and Christ has chosen the believer ______     _____ the world.

In John 17:6-19 the Lord Jesus was praying for His disciples (His apostles). Why did the world hate these men (verse 14)? ______________________________________________________ Was the Lord Jesus of the world (verse 14)? _______. True-False ________: The Lord Jesus prayed and asked His Heavenly Father to remove His disciples from the world (verse 15). What did He pray (verse 15)? ___________________________________________________________ [Note: the word "evil" should be translated "evil one." The "evil one" is Satan.]  Were the disciples of the world (verse 16)? _____ Was Christ of the world (verse 16)? _________ Did the Father send Christ into the world (verse 18)? ________ Did Christ send the disciples into the world (verse 18)? _______

__________ The disciples were in the world (John 17:11).
__________ The disciples were of the world (John 17:16).
__________ Everyone who is in the world is of the world.

As sons (children) of God we live ____     _____      _____________ of a crooked and perverse nation and we are to shine as lights _____    ________      ________________ (Philippians 2:15).


_______ Philippians 2:15-16 teaches us that to be holy the believer must become a monk and hide away in some monastery.
_______ To be holy we must live in a hole and become a hermit!
_______ To be holy (in our daily living) we must live a separated and righteous life in the MIDST of a world that is wicked and that hates Christ.

Is this world our home (1 Peter 2:11; Hebrews 11:13)? _________ Where is our true home (Philippians 3:20 where the word "conversation" means "citizenship"; compare John 14:1-3)? ________________________ When the Lord Jesus walked upon this earth, did He have any place that He could call His home (Luke 9:58)? ______

Today, whom does God have to represent Him and to be His witnesses on the earth (2 Cor. 5:20; Acts 1:8)? ___________________ As we represent Christ in the world we must be very careful to keep ourselves ___________________ from the world (James 1:27) and to not be __________________ to this world (Romans 12:2) and to ___________ not the world (1 John 2:15), because the person who is a friend of the world is the _______________ of God (James 4:4). What is it that will surely pass away (1 John 2:17)? _________________________________ What will remain forever (1 John 2:17)? __________________________________________ Does the world love to think about God and His Word? ______ Does the world take time to consider God when they make their decisions and when they make their plans? _____  Does the world enjoy spending time in prayer? _____  Does the world love to talk about Christ? ______  Is the world thankful for what took place on Calvary (1 Cor. 1:18)? ______  Are you thankful that you are no longer of the world? __________

Did the Lord Jesus ever eat and associate with sinners and with wicked men (Luke 5:30-31; 15:1-2; 19:2,5)? ________ Did Jesus ever allow sinners to touch Him (Luke 7:37-39)? _______ Was Jesus crucified with evil men (Luke 23:33)? ________ (Note: Not only was He crucified with evil men, He was crucified for evil men--see 1 Peter 3:18). Read carefully Luke 5:30-32 and in your own words answer the question that the Pharisees asked in verse 30. Why did Christ eat with wicked tax collectors and sinners? __________________________________________________________________________________

Was the Lord Jesus separate from sinners (Hebrews 7:26)?  ________ Can a person be with sinners and at the same time be separate from sinners? ___________ True-False: _____________ To live a separated life it is necessary to stay away from everyone who is unsaved. True-False: _____________ It is sinful to be with sinners. T-F: ____________ It is sinful to follow the advice of sinners and to stand in their way and to sit in their seat (Psalm 1:1). Even though we should live godly lives before those who are unsaved, our close friends and companions should be those who__________________ the LORD and who ____________(obey) His precepts (His Word)---see Psalm 119:63.

What is God’s desire and will for the unsaved (1 Timothy 2:3-4)? _____________________________________________________ Should this be our desire also (compare Ephesians 5:1)? ___________ Should we pray for the unsaved (1 Timothy 2:1; compare Romans 10:1)? ________

The believer in Christ has certain responsibilities towards all men as he represents Christ in the world:

  1. He is to be a _____________ before all men (Acts 1:8).
  2. He is to be an _______________________________ for Christ (2 Corinthians 5:20).
  3. He is to _______________ the ___________________ to all men (Mark 16:15).
  4. He is to  _____________________ (make disciples of) all nations (Matthew 28:19).
  5. He is to shine as a ___________________ before all men (Philippians 2:15; compare Matthew 5:16).
  6. He is to do _____________ to all men (Galatians 6:10; 1 Thessalonians 5:15).
  7. He is to walk in _____________________ towards all men (Colossians 4:5; compare 1 Corinthians 9:19-23; 10:32).
  8. He is to walk _____________________ before all men (1 Thess. 4:12; compare Romans 12:17).
  9. He is to _____________ for all men (1 Timothy 2:1).
  10. He is to live ____________________ with all men (Romans 12:18; Hebrews 12:14).
  11. He is to _______________________ all men ((1 Peter 2:17--"to honor" means to give the proper respect. Compare Titus 3:2 where we are told not to speak evil of any man which means we are not to injure the reputation of any man, showing disrespect).
  12. He is to have a good ________________ (witness, testimony) before all men (1 Timothy 3:7; 3 John 12).

WE HAVE NOW FINISHED OUR STUDY ON SALVATION! You should now have a greater appreciation of our  S____     G__________ SALVATION (Hebrews 2:3). T___________ be unto God for His _______________________     _________!!! (2 Corinthians 9:15)