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The Godly Man: When God touches a man's life is composed of ten sections each independent from each other what changes take place when God touches a man's life. This book is highlighted by all sorts of study formats including word studies, exposition, personal testimony, etc.
God's attributes are often wrongly studied. God's attributes are not only to observe God's person and character but to affect man's life by producing godly lives.
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The Godly Man: Righteousness not Compromise
The righteous man not only grasps the honor of righteousness but also has explored the costly consequences of not living a righteous life.
The fear of God strips away the fear of man.
The fear of God is that awesome reverence of the LORD deriving from being sensitive to His glorious,
holy and majestic Person resulting in respect and obedience.
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Waiting upon God is exercising confidence in God's timing and help during difficult times.
The godly man's confidence is in God rather than in his own resources.
Faith is trusting and obeying God despite one's circumstances.
Truthful men will not deceive.
The man of truth unrelentingly commits to understanding and being like Jesus Christ as shown through the Word of God.
Loving men will not lust.
Love makes the commitment to care for others without respect to their response.
Humility is accepting ourselves as we really are before God and thus allows God's holy change in his life.
Pure hearted men are loyal.
The pure of heart have a singularity of heart which enables them to disregard distractions which call them away from their main mission to supremely love God.
When a man draws close to God, he necessarily is more like Him.
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Scriptures typically quoted from the New American Standard Bible unless noted:
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