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Pastor Charles Stilwell ULCM


  • Kadosh in Every Realm
    Monday, April 5, 2021
    Two words today... Kohayn and Kadosh. Kohayn means 'priest.' Kadosh means 'holy.' In 1 Peter 2 it says that if you're born again, you belong to a royal priesthood. But what does that mean? Well, if you look at the high priest of Israel, you see he wore a crown on his head. Engraved on the crown was the word "Kadosh" or "Kodesh." "Kadosh L'Adonai," "Kadosh to the Lord." Kadosh means "Holy," "Separated," and "Consecrated to God." If you are God's priest, your life must be separated from the world to Him. A Kohayn, a priest, must be holy with regard to his or her home life, finances, temper, relationships and sexuality... Holy in treating one's parents, wife, husband, and children...holy in what one does in one's private life, in one's entertainment and pleasures. If you are Kohayn, a priest of the living God, then, above all, your life must be characterized by 'kadosh,' the quality of holiness and separateness to God. Put away that unholy thing and be kadosh as your Father in heaven is kadosh. For that is the crown of your priesthood.
    From Message #658 - The Call of The Kohanim
    Today's Mission
    Assume your royal priesthood today as you walk in holiness and separateness, consecrated to God in all that you do.
    Scripture: Leviticus 11:44 | 1 Peter 2
    Rabbi Jonathan Cahn