Definition of Perfection - Through Faith and Good Works We Can Be Made Perfect
James 2:22. The definition of perfection includes "Completely suited for a particular purpose - accurately reproducing an original". This is how God desires for us to be perfect. He desires for us to exercise our faith in his promises by doing good works to become like Him. Our good works is the evidence of our love and faith in God.
To reach perfect holiness it is key that we have a deep faith in God's promises: Jesus is our Savior, eternal life, and so on. The good works to exercise in our faith include any acts of love such as helping people, encouraging them, loving them unconditionally, and so on. Jesus came on this Earth as a God-man to demonstrate how a man can be perfect in a sinful world. By believing in God's word we can exercise our faith through our acts of good works and achieve perfection in God (James 2:22, "Seest thou how faith wrought with his works, and by works was faith made perfect?").
JAMES 2 BIBLE SCRIPTURE James 2:22, "Seest thou how faith wrought with his works, and by works was faith made perfect?"
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