HolySee also Holiness; Pure, Purity; SanctificationSacred, having a godly character, or spiritually and morally pure. The opposite of holy is common or profane.Ye shall be unto me a kingdom of priests, and an holy nation, Ex. 19:5–6 (1 Pet. 2:9).The Lord commanded Israel: Be holy, for I am holy, Lev. 11:44–45.Those with clean hands and a pure heart shall stand in his holy place, Ps. 24:3–4.Teach my people the difference between the holy and profane, Ezek. 44:23.God hath called us with a holy calling, 2 Tim. 1:8–9.From a child thou hast known the holy scriptures, 2 Tim. 3:15.Holy men of God spake as moved upon by the Holy Ghost, 2 Pet. 1:21.All men are to be judged according to the truth and holiness which is in God, 2 Ne. 2:10.The natural man becomes a Saint through the atonement of Christ, Mosiah 3:19.Walk after the holy order of God, Alma 7:22 (Alma 13:11–12).Three disciples were sanctified in the flesh and were made holy, 3 Ne. 28:1–9, 36–39.Trifle not with sacred things, D&C 6:12.You cannot write that which is sacred save it be given you from me, D&C 9:9.Ye shall bind yourselves to act in all holiness, D&C 43:9.My disciples shall stand in holy places, D&C 45:32.That which cometh from above is sacred, D&C 63:64.Little children are holy, D&C 74:7.Consecrate that spot and it shall be made holy, D&C 124:44.The Lord will gather his elect unto a holy city, Moses 7:62.