"Be ye then perfect, just as your Father is perfect....Matthew 5: 48
Read: Job 1: 5
To be a perfect Christian means that we indicate that it is excellent in and of itself, with no ill complaint. It also implies that it is so good that it does not require improvement. This is what it means to be a perfect Christian. A perfect Christian is one who is without flaws — truly a Christ-like individual. Christians are divided into several groups.
Some people have been saved but not yet sanctified. These people are quickly irritated. They aren't what you'd call perfect Christians. Some Christians have been sanctified and rescued. These people are not easily irritated. We were practicing a drama that was going to be performed in our church at the time. An actor was required to become irritated for a role. Our leading master couldn't force himself to be enraged. We couldn't even find someone to teach him how to be angry among us. In Jesus' name, may you be sanctified to perfection.
"Elect according to God the Father's foreknowledge, through the sanctification of the Spirit, into obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: Grace and peace be multiplied unto you." 1 Peter 1:1-2
To be a perfect Christian, you must first and foremost be filled with the Holy Spirit. Any Christian's life is incomplete without the Holy Spirit. It is impossible to have any of the aspects of the fruit that the Holy Spirit causes a Christian to bear that makes a Christian perfect without the Holy Spirit (Galatians 5 : 22 - 23 ). Some things must manifest in a person's life in order for them to be a perfect Christian. First and first, everything must be done in the way that God would do it. In whatever you do, you must strive to please God.
Before you do anything, no matter how insignificant, consider how God would handle it. Knowing that God can only do flawless things, you will ensure that it is done perfectly. Secondly, a perfect Christian will strive to attain the goal that God has set for him. He will not rest or stop until God's plan for his life is fulfilled. Many Christians regressed because they believed that their current spiritual status was the most they could achieve, and as a result, they were complacent and stopped striving for more.
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