The condition of being free or as free as possible from all flaws or defects.
Striving for absolute perfection proves to be elusive
Life provides few examples that are always conclusive
Perfection in bowling
Rolling 12 strikes in a row
Perfect school attendance
No absences during an entire school year
Perfect gymnastics performance
Scoring an “improbable” 10.0
Perfect school exam score
All questions answered correctly
Perfect completion of a crossword puzzle
Every square correctly filled in
Perfect game in baseball
Pitcher retires all batters—no one reaches first base
Perfect grades in school
All A’s . . . 4.0 GPA
Standards have been made to measure perfection
Challenging all to achieve for greater satisfaction
Individual actions and results to be told
Defining a level of perfection to behold
A “perfect” vacation
What makes it the best ever?
A “perfect” photograph
What makes this image so brilliant?
A “perfect” job
What provides the greatest satisfaction at work?
A “perfect” health report
What makes these results outstanding?
A “perfect” marriage
What moments are forever beautiful?
Subjective perfection is short-lived for a good reason
Definitions and expectations change with each season
When we think that our best efforts fall short
Allow Christ to bring us back to our home port
His unblemished life is perfection for sure
We follow His example for lives more pure