The Complete Works of Zacharias Tanee Fomum on HolinessComplete Works
In this book we have given you reasons why you must win the lost. May the Holy Spirit set your heart on fire as you read the book, so that you will take no rest but give yourself wholeheartedly to the supreme task of winning the lost.
The Complete Works of Zacharias Tanee Fomum on Holiness contains the following books:
- True Repentance
- Deliverance from Sin
- The Way of Sanctification
- You Can Receive a Pure Heart Today
- The School of Truth
- The Believer’s Conscience
- The Sin before You Can Lead to Death: Do not commit it!
- A Broken Vessel
Holiness seems to have become an elusive theme in our day. Many preachers prefer to shy away from preaching it. Why? Because they don’t live it. In this way, the enemy is fighting holiness like nothing else, since he knows we have all been commanded to be holy, even as He is holy (Leviticus 19:2).
The Bible says, “You must distinguish between the holy and the common, between the unclean and the clean, and you must teach the Israelites all the decrees the Lord has given them through Moses” (Leviticus 10:10-11). So holiness has to do with being uncommon and extraordinary, clean at heart and teaching it by example.
This makes holiness a subject that is related to sinlessness, righteousness and godliness. It begins with true repentance. A person who has not known true repentance unto God and faith in the Lord Jesus, cannot be holy. Attempting holiness without true repentance would be wood, hay and stubble, ready to be burned in the fire.
He who repents truly will naturally and easily carry out restitution for past stolen, defrauded, borrowed or unpaid things. Every holy person is uncommon in that he has experienced deliverance from all sin, through knowing, reckoning, yielding entirely to God and walking in the Spirit. He has entered the way of sanctification. He has received a pure heart and enrolled in the School of Truth.
A holy man is a man with an all good conscience, who shuns all sin, because he cherishes his relationship with God. He refrains from all sin because he would not want to court God’s judgment. He has willingly offered himself to be broken and, for that reason, has become a vessel of honour. Following the simple, practical steps outlined in this anthology will carry you into the way of holiness.
We send this first volume on holiness out with a cry to the Lord that, He should use it to bring many to the way of holiness that has become so elusive in our day.
Berlin, 14th May 2019