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Sanctification makes us pure in heart.

    Author: William J. Seymour

Any man that is saved and sanctified can feel the fire burning in his heart, when he calls on the name of Jesus.

    Author: William J. Seymour

Sanctification makes us holy and destroys the breed of sin, the love of sin and carnality. It makes us pure and whiter than snow. Bless His holy name!

    Author: William J. Seymour

Faith acts upon Christ for justification, as he is a Jesus, or by receiving him as a Jesus; faith acts upon Christ for sanctification, as he is a Lord, or by receiving him as Lord.

    Author: Ralph Erskine
    Source: The Giving Love of Christ and the Receiving Property of Faith

Some Christians overlook the blessing of sanctification, and yet to a thoroughly renewed heart this is one of the sweetest gifts of the covenant. If we could be saved from wrath, and yet remain unregenerate, impenitent sinners, we should not be saved as we desire, for we mainly and chiefly pant to be saved from sin and led in the way of holiness.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Source: Treasury of David, Psalm 23.

Tell me not of your justification, unless you have also some marks of sanctification. Boast not of Christ's work for you, unless you can show us the Spirit's work in you.

    Author: J.C. Ryle

Earnest souls who are attempting sanctification by struggle, instead of sanctification by faith, might be spared much humiliation by learning the botany of the Sermon on the Mount.

    Author: Henry Drummond
    Source: Natural Law, Growth, p. 127.

Character is a unity, and all the virtues must advance together to make the perfect man. This method of sanctification, nevertheless, is in the true direction. It is only in the details of execution that it fails.

    Author: Henry Drummond
    Source: The Changed Life, p. 14.

A religion of effortless adoration may be a religion for an angel but never for a man. Not in the contemplative, but in the active, lies true hope; not in rapture, but in reality, lies true life; not in the realm of ideals, but among tangible things, is man's sanctification wrought.

    Author: Henry Drummond
    Source: The Changed Life, p. 58.

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