“Be perfect, therefore, as your Heavenly Father is perfect” (Matthew 5:48).
Perfectionism is the preferred disease of the twenty-first century and it’s killing us. Ever said or heard one of these?
“I want my wedding day to be perfect.”
“This proposal has to be perfect – dot every “i” and cross every “t.”
“Get this mess cleaned up! Our guests will be here in an hour and this place has to be perfect.”
“I stayed up all night to work on my paper – it has to be perfect if I’m going to get an “A” in this class.” (That would be me.)
Or maybe this one sounds most familiar to you:
“Why did I do that/say that/think that? I’m a Christian – I’m supposed to be perfect!”
I thought you would recognize the last one – I know I’ve heard it in my own head countless times. And we…
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