Filling Life's Potholes with God's Perfection

Perfection Road offers encouragement to those longing to live like Jesus,
so they may confidently travel the road toward God's perfect love.

An ti ci pa tion

Friday afternoon I became the proud owner of my late grandfather’s Bible. It’s special to me because he made notes in the margins and underlined things important to him. Sunday, I carried it with me to Bible class. As I flipped to a passage, a hand-written note caught my eye. I rotated the book so I could read what it said. When I did, I smiled.

As the Spirit in Christ is being formed in you, grow toward perfection.

It seems my grandfather also thought Perfection Road was the direction Spirit-filled Christians should travel. I’m sure it made him smile to know his words continue to provide encouragement to his granddaughter.

Staying on Perfection Road allows me to anticipate my destination. I know Jesus has already purchased my ticket for our journey and sits in the seat right in front of me. My job is to imitate Him and share God’s love with others.

Are you old enough to remember that Heinz catsup commercial with the two young boys waiting not-so-patiently for the catsup to finally hit their hamburger? The glass bottle hovers over the burger with a refrain of “Anticipation – it’s making me wait” playing in the background. Finally, the thick, red catsup hits the pickle. I completely understand that anticipation! To celebrate Temple Sweepers making its debut and the unveiling of the new website, I’m giving away a copy of Temple Sweepers. To have a chance to win, go to www.perfectionroad.com, click on the contact page and leave a comment. Book orders can also be made at the new site now. Just sayin’!

Thank you so much for your encouragement at this mile marker. Healthy blessings!

One response to “An ti ci pa tion”

  1. Charlie Catt

    I was given my grandmothers bible when she passed away. it was so neat seeing her markings and notes throughout the bible. Gaga was a God fearing woman who always encouraged us to seek the Lord daily.

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