Nobody’s Perfect?

Did you know that Jesus wants us to be perfect? (Matthew 5:48). The apostle Paul, after explaining to the Corinthians that he was praying for their perfection (2 Corinthians 13:9), tells them to “aim for perfection” (2 Corinthians 13:11).

Is this mission impossible? What is the sense in pursuing something that we have no hope of achieving in our lifetime?

On Sunday, January 20, 2008, I delivered a message on this subject…Have a listen:

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One thought on “Nobody’s Perfect?

  1. I loved the comment about our default button. Our default by nature is not set at perfect, but we often live with the expectation that it should be. You have biblically challenged us to look at our mistakes differently, to both expect them as well as allow them to shape us. Thank you

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