In John 7:22-23 Jesus defends himself against accusations because of his healing of a paralytic on the Sabbath. In this essay the author traces the logic of Jesus' actions. The need to be perfect and the urgency of the circumcision on the Sabbath are explored.
When the words blameless, perfect, and innocent are used to describe God's people, they do not mean that they are without sin, but that they have made a radical choice for God through the grace of God. Let this article explain.
This is the seventh article in a series on heaven. The best word to describe heaven is the word perfect. This article shows that in heaven we will have a perfected nature, bodies, obedience, joy, and relationship and fellowship with God.
Jesus was the only true and perfect man to ever live. Looking at the perfection of Christ from birth and His obedience in death and resurrection, this article shows that Jesus is the only Saviour who can truly deal with the problem of man - sin.