Keep Your Eyes on the Peaks!

"Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect," said Jesus (Matt. 5:48), and Paul admonished in his letter to the Galatians (5:7), "Who did hinder you that ye should not obey the truth?" What is it that prevents us from seeing ourselves as perfect as the Father? Many times it is something which has happened in the past that seems to separate us from our birthright as the beloved sons of God.

Mankind in general believes that because of past sickness, sin, accident, weakness, or mistake, one's life can be irreparably ruined, and that very little or nothing can be done about it. Human belief goes so far as to claim that we must suffer for the mistakes, the mental and physical imperfections, of others, our parents, and even our remote ancestors, for such are the so-called laws of parental and prenatal influence, heredity, and atavism.

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