Willard Santee


Sometimes men and women decide in favor of the truth because of the weight of evidence presented, without being converted.

Let this series help you evaluate your own personal experience with the Lord.

ABOUT Willard Santee

Willard Santee, a descendant of Hugenot ancestry and early Adventist history, carries on the tradition of his heritage as a man of faith and hope. As a descendant from a people who would rather die than go with the crowd, whether in the French Inquisition or under the subjugation of the King of England, Santee has taken a stand of faith against the liberal element of higher criticism that has been so prevalent since the early 90's. Pastor Santee served as a Seventh-day Adventist pastor for over 35 years before passing to his rest on February 7, 2015.


1) LAYING SELF ASIDE –Justification
The new birth is a rare experience in this age of the world. This is the reason why there are so many perplexities in the churches. Many, so many, who assume the name of Christ are unsanctified and unholy. They have been baptized, but they were buried alive. Self did not die, and therefore they did not rise in newness of life in Christ. EGW

2) THE VITAL CONNECTION –Sanctification
Unless we become vitally connected with God, we can never resist the unhallowed effects of self-love, self-indulgence, and temptation to sin. We may leave off many bad habits, for the time as we may part company with Satan; but without a vital connection with God, through the surrender of ourselves to Him moment by moment, we shall be overcome. EGW

If we are justified by the “gift” of God, and declared to be righteous, what role does our obedience play in the overall plan of salvation? If it does not add any merit to our security in Jesus is it really necessary? This message is the capstone in this three-part series.

DATE ADDED: February 14, 2014 TOPICS: Christian Growth SKU: WS-55L
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