“Who are you to judge?”
“You’re not perfect…nobody’s perfect.”
Many of us are familiar with the above statements whether through saying them or hearing them. However, we as believers must always gauge our concepts of thought according to the measure of God’s Holy Standard. When we dive deep and get alone with God in a posture of humility, we will be teachable to learn of His Truth in layers through His Holy Spirit.
According to the moral compass of the world, no can reach the level that is known as “perfection“. Albeit the conflicts of the use of the word to describe a level of satisfaction and of course the “self describing” than can sometimes occur as a way to identify the tenacious pursuit of one achieving attention to every detail, known as the “perfectionist”. Nevertheless, contradictions and hypocrisies can come into play when the topic or discussion arises surrounding living a holy life. In these instances, the above statements are usually at the head of the rebuttal or response to living for Christ; for when one is living in darkness…a life of sin, they cannot comprehend the light nor do they see how someone can live adverse to that darkness, solely choose to follow Yeshua and give up their life as a living sacrifice.
Did you know that God’s Words instructs us to be perfect?
Our God and King has instructed in the Old and New Testament to, “Be Holy for I AM Holy.”
Let’s explore this correlation to understand what it truly means to be perfect.
According to the Oxford Dictionary:
- having all the required or desirable elements, qualities, or characteristics; as good as it is possible to be.
- absolute; complete (used for emphasis).
- make (something) completely free from faults or defects, or as close to such a condition as possible.
According to Bible Study Tools, “Two word-groups in the Hebrew Old Testament are translated “perfect” or “perfection”: tamam [m’T] and calal [l;l’K]. The former connotes wholeness, soundness, integrity, and often takes on ethical significance; the latter connotes completeness, perfection, and can carry the aesthetic sense of comeliness or beauty.” Link: https://www.biblestudytools.com/dictionary/perfect-perfection/
The word “perfect” in Hebrew is “kalal“, Strong’s 3634. This hebraic word according to the ancient text is referring to a completeness and wholeness. We see the mirror image of this unity with The Father and Son, Who are ONE, complete, whole, and perfect . As well as other parallel examples including The Old and New Testament, Marriage, Faith & Grace, Love & Obedience, etc.
It is showing the relational bond of when we as followers of Christ join with our God and King through a life of sanctification accepting the free gift of salvation. Showing that what we say with our mouths is the same in our hearts by being verified through our actions as we walk in the faith that we proclaim in Christ Jesus.
Yeshua is the Evidence and Example of Perfection and yet we are required to be holy for He is Holy, being like-minded and unified in the way of righteousness to be reconciled to The Father through The Son. Showing the confirmation of that perfection which is to be whole and complete…the evidence that God dwells [tabernacles] with us.
May we rejoice for the prophecy of this dwelling according to Revelation 22.
Yeshua is the Perfection in our weakness and when we meditate on The Holy Scriptures, God’s Holy Standard is our gauge of righteousness to measure every decision we make. Through our action of obedience in love joined with the perfection of God’s Wisdom & Word, Who is Yeshua…that unification in the joining of spiritual marriage between the bride & bridegroom is the perfection that God sees when we stand before Him in the Day of Judgement.
Psalm 101…Promised Faithfulness to the Lord
A Psalm of David.
101 I will sing of mercy and justice;
To You, O Lord, I will sing praises.
2 I will behave wisely in a perfect way.
Oh, when will You come to me?
I will walk within my house with a perfect heart.
3 I will set nothing wicked before my eyes;
I hate the work of those who fall away;
It shall not cling to me.
4 A perverse heart shall depart from me;
I will not know wickedness.
5 Whoever secretly slanders his neighbor,
Him I will destroy;
The one who has a haughty look and a proud heart,
Him I will not endure.
6 My eyes shall be on the faithful of the land,
That they may dwell with me;
He who walks in a perfect way,
He shall serve me.
7 He who works deceit shall not dwell within my house;
He who tells lies shall not continue in my presence.
8 Early I will destroy all the wicked of the land,
That I may cut off all the evildoers from the city of the Lord.
May we live according to the perfection of God’s Will and be found to be perfect in His sight.
Be holy for He Is Holy.
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