Luke 6:40; Philippians 1:6
Perfection is the process of constantly improving someone (or something) until the person (or thing) becomes faultless.
Perfection is a state of completeness and flawlessness. An unsurpassable degree of accuracy or excellence.
It is the highest degree of proficiency, skill, or excellence, as in a given field or discipline, career, business, profession, etc.
Perfection is synonymous with excellence.
It’s the resultant effect of pressing towards the mark for the prize of the high calling in Christ Jesus (Phil. 3:13-14).
It is consistently striving to know Him (Christ Jesus) and to be known of Him.
It is persistent hunger and unquenchable thirst for the kingdom of God and His righteousness (Matt. 5:6; 6:33).

Receive the grace for perfection in the name of Jesus Christ. Henceforth, receive the grace to plug in to Jesus, and walk in the realm of spiritual excellence…

God appeared to Abraham when he was ninety-nine years old and told him, ‘I AM the Almighty God. Walk before Me and be perfect’ (Gen. 17:1).

In 2016, a walk with God is inevitable (i.e. unavoidable, inescapable, unpreventable) if we must attain perfection. 

A disciple is not above his teacher, but everyone who is perfect (fully trained, perfected, completely trained, or perfectly trained) will be like his teacher…

Are you ready for the training?
The LORD wants to enrol you into the School of the Spirit in 2016, are you ready?

Truly, perfection starts from the heart. It is the resultant effect of becoming more and more like Jesus, through the ethical adjustment that occurs in our lives from time to time.
This ethical adjustment or paradigm shift is carried out in our lives by the Word of God.
If the Word of God cannot change your values (core values – belief system, ideology, perception to life, paradigm, mentality, etc.), He cannot change your value (social, economic/financial, resourcefulness, etc.)
If you can’t embrace God’s values, your life cannot portray any eternally significant value.
I. Open heart

II. Seeking and meditating on the Word of God
III.  Obeying the Word of God

I. Open heart
Jesus’ heart was open while He was being baptised. As a result of this, He encountered an open heaven (Luke 3:21-22).

Open heart leads to open heavens; Open heavens lead to open doors. When the door is opened in heaven, there will be an open door on earth…

II. Seeking and meditating on the Word of God
Just like new born babies do, ensure that you constantly desire the sincere milk of the Word, that you may grow thereby (1 Peter 2:2).
Let your inward man crave the Word (Romans 7:22).

III. Obeying the Word of God
It is through the teaching of the Word of God that you become perfected or thoroughly equipped unto good works…
Total obedience to the Word of God guarantees Godly prosperity and good success (Joshua 1:8; Psalm 1:1-3).
Moreover, absolute obedience to the Word of God ensures your spiritual growth and depth in the knowledge of Christ, until you mature to a perfect man, and to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ (Ephesians 4:13).


Kindly like our facebook page and follow our post at and tweets at

You may also like

Leave a Comment