Holiness as often taught in Christian circles seems to be all about "me and God". To be fair one would have to examine all of the teachings a particular author or teacher has given. When we think of holiness we need to think of it always in terms of the larger context. Of what God is about, and doing in the world.
Abraham was called by God and blessed to be a blessing. We by faith are in Abraham's line, and so we've inherited both the promise and the responsibility that goes with it in this covenant.
Let us beware of any Chritian holiness teaching which so emphasizes the importance of our relationship with God (and that is vitally important) that it fails to take in the whole picture. It can easily, then, become a holiness that is disengaged and inactive in the world to whom and for whom Jesus came- and died. So that true holiness is about becoming what God in Jesus is calling us to become, and do, in Jesus' steps in this world. Touching with Jesus' holiness the unclean, so that in Jesus they can become clean.
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