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Progress-The Evidence of Perfectibility

Was Christ Jesus making an impossible demand on the multitudes to whom he preached when he said, "Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect"? Matt. 5:48;

These words of the Master are from what has come to be called the Sermon on the Mount, and a study of their context in the fifth chapter of Matthew shows that Jesus was pointing to the need of rising above the imperfections of a limited, human sense of love to the expression of the boundless, all-loving nature of God.

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