Tuesday, 8 November 2016

In habitu sanctae (Ti 2:3)


Apostle Paul explains that the holiness consists of many virtues. First of all the person who wants to be holy obeys the teaching of the Church and keeps God's commandments. For his strength comes from the faith in God and the love towards the people. A holy one is able to endure the difficulties and to behave rightly in all circumstances. It does not make the difference if the holy person is young or old because the holiness is for everyone in every condition and situation. The follower of Christ is also a good example for his brothers and sisters. In the relations with others a Christian who follows the way of perfection is temperate and self-controlled. As the child of God he brings all his neighbours to the close relationship with the Lord. A real Christian is always unselfish and takes care of his friends. His intentions are pure and derive from the reflections on the Holy Scripture. The holy one knows his Christian dignity and shows himself as a model of good deeds in every respect. Overall, his power has the foundation in the God's grace and in the saviour Jesus Christ. 

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