10111. To sanctify them. That this signifies that they may be in truths from good from the Lord, is evident from the signification of "being sanctified," as being to represent the Lord and the holy things which are from Him (see n. 9956, 9988); thus in a spiritual sense it denotes to be led by the Lord, because the Lord alone is holy, and everything holy proceeds from Him (n. 8806, 9229, 9479, 9688, 9818, 9820). From this it is evident that to receive truths through good from the Lord, thus faith through love from Him to Him, is to be "sanctified." This does not mean that regarded in himself a man is on this account holy, but the Lord with him; for faith and love are the Lord with man, because they are continually from Him.