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In Greek, the word translated "perfect" in Matthew is "teleios". " If something accomplishes what it is designed to do, it is said to be perfect that is "teleios" So "telios" is often translated as "mature". "Teleios" has the idea of "being complete."
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 2/18/2011
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1- Don’t think you are there 2- Forget the past 3- Press on toward the goal
Series: Philippians
Shared: 11/22/2011
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Spiritual growth and maturity, and the ability to handle the meat of the Word should come as naturally to the Christian as it is for a newborn baby who grows into maturity.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Hebrews 5:12-6:12
Shared: 2/10/2008
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Perfection is often thought of as being sinless. But there is more to the Biblical ideal of "perfection" than that. Opening illustration is humorous and informative.
Series: All Grown Up
Scripture: Matthew 5:43-5:48
Shared: 1/8/2002
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People who refuse to attend church often point to the failings of church people as their excuse for staying home. This sermon deals with the fact that church folks are not perfect. An amusing story to illustrate the points is included.
Shared: 4/3/2008
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Does God expect to much...do we?
Scripture: Philippians 1:6
Tags: Holiness
Shared: 11/15/2002
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Regardless of our faults God can still use us.
Denomination: *Other
Shared: 8/8/2009
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Matthew 5:48 says to be perfect! What does this mean? Discover with me several things that this does not mean and several things it does mean.
Denomination: Holiness
Scripture: Malachi 5:48
Shared: 4/24/2004
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1 John 2:6 From Profession to Perfection - In the Series on 1 John
Series: 1 John
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: 1 John 2:6
Shared: 10/12/2005
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Jesus says "Therefore you are to be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect" (Matthew 5:48). What is that supposed to mean? Like, that’s impossible, right?
Scripture: Matthew 5:43-5:48
Shared: 1/10/2010
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