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I saw this post on Jonathan Mc Reynold’s Instagram page a few weeks ago and it stirred me to write, it says
“Shame made me feel like I had to be perfect. But man, I am just soooo not. Physical flaws, sins, personality flaws, bad choices, etc. but I’m slowly shedding the need to be perfect. The “imperfect me” must be valuable because that’s the only “me” that God ever made, ever used and ever blessed. All I can do is all I can do.
What I have just read for you is a sticking point for many people. We are always worrying about our flaws, our past failures, our weaknesses, when will we behave ourselves. When will we behave as if we know better, because in most cases, I think we know better.
We know that man is imperfect. Only God is perfect. Yet, we criticise others when we become aware of their flaws and we do the same thing to ourselves. Hey, it is not fruitful, it would not help you in any way.
When I read Jonathan’s post, I immediately typed a response and it says; “You spoke for all of us my friend, you are not alone in this “imperfect me” journey. What matters is that you have already touched our lives for the sake of Christ and you did it because you allowed God to use you. In my view that is when it becomes perfect”
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be perfect? Just try to imagine it. There will be no need for growth, no need for overcoming, no need for learning valuable lessons, no need to depend on God, no need for anyone, as a matter of fact. I guess our knowledge would be limitless, absolutely no gaps.
Life is great when we come to terms with its sweet liberating truth. We are all imperfect, on a journey of self-discovery, growth and transformation. We all need a perfect God to guide us to the correct destination. He guides us by being present, vocal and ready to support if we would let Him. He desires to use the imperfect men and women that we are. Living life in the presence of a Perfect God is all we need to make it!