You’ll Never Be Perfect

Posted: September 13, 2013 in Uncategorized

When I was a kid I used to watch wrestling on TV. One of my favorite wrestlers was Mr. Perfect.


They showed him doing everything “perfect”. They had videos of him water skiing on one leg with a blind fold, shooting a half court shot in basketball backwards into the net, and many others. I always thought that it would be cool to be perfect. As much as we’d all like to be perfect, we aren’t, and never can be. The truth is we can never even get close to being perfect.

Some people don’t realize that God takes us as we are (imperfect) and uses us, no matter how imperfect,  to do amazing things. We can’t and shouldn’t wait until “we get ourselves right”  before opening our heart to the Lord.  Don’t make excuses for yourselves that you’ll really turn to him when you’re right because that will never happen. There is no time like the present, and he accepts you as you are no matter what and loves you as your heavenly father.

Think this isn’t true?

Noah got drunk, Jacob lied, Moses murdered, Rahab was a whore, David had an affair. God still used them to do amazing things.

What’s your excuse?

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The time it takes to become perfect = ∞

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Have you ever thought you were not good enough to turn to God? What happened when you finally did? Drop us a comment and let us know.

  1. Ron Schencks says:

    Always have and always will feel that it is the belief in your heart that matters, with that God will guide you to doing his work and what is right to your fellow man.

  2. Dan King says:

    Thanks for sharing Ronnie. It’s all about the heart behind everything!

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