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What is a Saint?

Kay Perez

A saint is someone who is sanctified, that is holy, separated from sin, evil, and devoted to God. It is used in the New Testament as referring to believers in Jesus (God), and Christians.  Those who have been sanctified (made holy) are redeemed by the blood of Jesus. The word saint is used in many of the New Testament letters written to the different churches.  The book of Romans was written to the saints or Christians who were in Rome (Romans 1:7).  The book of I and II  Corinthians was written to the church of God in Corinth who were sanctified in Christ jesus, called to be saints (I Corinthians 1L2).  The book of Ephesians was written to the saints in Ephesus (Ephesians 1:1).  II Thessalonians 1:10 describes His saints as believers. Hebrews 2:11 says, "For both He who sanctifies and those who are being sanctified are all of one, for which reason He is not ashamed to call them brethren". So, saints are believers, Christians, brethren and referred to as the church.

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