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19/05/2010 / John Hanna

Sanctification Undergraduate

College Graduation is tonight at Lisburn Baptist Church with Dr Steve Brady (Moorlands College) speaking.

Tonight, students will be rewarded for their accomplishments over the past academic year. By the end of the service many of them will move from one classification to another; from undergraduate to graduate.

It struck me today as I talked with the teacher in charge of Saintfield High School SU Group that, unlike college, we never graduate from the process of sanctification. We were talking about my degree and placement and it became clear to me that one doesn’t graduate from theology or ministry studies, one just continues a process. Rather it’s process of using our gifts for the glory of God. Instead the closest thing to graduating as a Christian is realising what our gifts are use them.

For those who officially leaving IBC and graduate tonight. Remember that we don’t ever graduate from the sanctification process. You are and will continue to be sanctification undergraduates.

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