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Connection Between Receiving Christ and Perfection

If you can't believe perfection, how else are you going to believe Christ's other teachings? Lots of church people and preachers trash perfection because they like to keep their status as "saved sinners." They keep holding on to that and plan to die with it.
They often even shout their slogans: "Nobody is perfect, and you cannot be perfect. There's no perfect church!"

They don't realize how they're beginning to sound like detractors than promoters of God's Kingdom on earth and God's plan for his "glorious" church.

But ironically, these same people flaunt around their high standards. They like to show people how they post nothing on Facebook except bible verses. They like people to know that they are strict and want nothing but "the best" for God. For instance, you may see them practicing their songs or special numbers for long hours, repeating their rehearsals again and again, spending late nights and practicing up t…

Seed that Fell Along the Path: Understanding that Can't Get Past Human Theology

Jesus said, the seed that fell along the path was eaten by birds, and "birds" symbolized the devil here. The exact meaning was thus explained:
The seed that fell on the footpath represents those who hear the message about the Kingdom and don’t understand it. Then the evil one comes and snatches away the seed that was planted in their hearts. [Matthew 13] The "message about the Kingdom" is quite different from the regular bible studies and Sunday sermons that go on in denominational churches. 
This Kingdom message turns you into a Kingdom person concerned solely about the Kingdom of God on earth. Bible studies and Sunday sermons in denominational churches use the bible to turn folks into denominational people who know only about their denomination and nothing about the Kingdom.
Something like this:
But if you don’t believe me when I tell you about earthly things, how can you possibly believe if I tell you about heavenly things? [John 3.12]

Denominational people ca…