Zerub Speaks on what Sacred means to him.

Shalom friends. Sacred Apparel continues to explore and rediscover what Sacred not only means in our lives, but in the lives of others. This week Sacred Apparel is featuring Zerub of Rep Da King Mag. In Zerub’s video he indicates that Sacred to him means the same asholy. He expands by telling us that he believes that our lives, actions and choices should demonstrate what it means to be holy. When I hear the words holy it brings me to 1 Peter 1:16 “Because it is written, Be ye holy; for I am holy.”

You see, people that are called by the Father are called also to be set-apart. I think Zerub hit it right on the head! Sacred is Holy. What does that mean though? Scripture often defines holy as (Qodesh) set-apart. If one is set-apart they should reflect that holiness in everything they do. I encourage you friends to take the time today to review your choices, interactions, attitude, and apparel, and ask yourself “Am I conducting myself in a holy way?” You see when we conduct ourselves in a holy way you see more of the Father and less of me. Some people don’t want to let go of what they believe defines them even when those things are contrary to the Father’s desires. We must remember that the Father is untouchable, above the rest, and holy. One cannot be common and have those attributes. Has your walk turned stale? Have you lost some of the fire you once held for the gospel? Have you intermingled what is holy with what is unholy? I encourage you to look at your world and re-evaluate everything in your life. Most of us have been in that place where we get side tracked or take a compromise that will lead us gradually away from a life that is holy. So, today let us chase the Father and capture what truly is holy and place it in our lives. Until we meet again, may you Live Life Sacred and may your life reflect less of you and more of our Heavenly Father.
With much love,
Anna Johnson

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