Perfect World

We live in a world searching for perfection in all the wrong places, for they look not unto God. They look unto science, politics, etc., but not unto the true God, and the cleansing blood of His Son, Jesus Christ. They do not understand the true reason(s) why this world is flawed, they say many things, but never do they say sin. But some do name humanity as the only fault of this earth, but that is only half true. For indeed humanity is faulty, but that is for the fact of sin, “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” (Romans 3:2).

If we never sinned, we would have never fallen short of the glory of God, and so one can only logically conclude that we would still be in the garden of Eden: that place of perfection for which humanity was made.
In what era of man have we not been in search of a perfect world, or something to make this world so. There are many theories on how to make the earth perfect, all of which are flawed, and made by ungodly men (e.g. socialism, Nazism, etc). But all things as such have at least one thing in common, they leave God out of the equation. They are all flawed attempts at a perfect world without God. When will people learn that by God, and no other way, will there be perfection?


About The Blog

Named Marks Of The Cross, this blog is written in the hope of bringing others to know the One and only true God, Jehovah. I wish also to spiritually strengthen those already saved readers. Benjamin Rush, of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, once said “My only hope of salvation is in the infinite, transcendent love of God manifested to the world by the death of His Son upon the cross. Nothing but His blood will wash away my sins.”
And indeed this is most true, it has been since the crucifixion of Jesus upon the cross, and it shall be so till kingdom come. Galatians 2:20 says, "I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me.” And so it is for all who are saved. We are no longer who we were, but who we should be, or so it is in the eyes of God.
And so I conclude my first entry in my blog Marks Of The Cross.