Updated: Oct 6, 2021
When I finished Primary School, we sang in the Musical Alles Kidts: 'When the Saints go, marching in'. Wouldn't that change the world! We have two Bible quotes, that state the importance of being a saint:
'Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God!' and;
'For the creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God, to be revealed.'
What does it mean, to be a saint, that believes in God? Does it need faith and modest behaviour or does it actually asks, a significant change of heart? To be a saint, is not only having faith in God and a fall, before the wedding day; it involves principles, for example:
What do I watch on TV, since it does not change my heart;
What do I wear; is it trendy, without being offensive;
What do I do; what is your motivation;
What do I do before, I have my first Date and official Engagement;
What do I share with others; is it to educate and protect?;
What are your conversations like; are they intentional good or hurtful?;
Do you drive mono, or are you hurtful in the area of heart and honor?
Not being passive in being good to others.
By being a saint, we should be kind, but not offensive; we cannot act being a saint; it is the inward adorning of the heart, as Peter tells you! So, it does need a repentance, in order to be called a Saint, and even a Baptism (+) to be pure in heart, than you'll have true, modest behaviour, when the Spirit has been invited too!