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John Wesley Chrisitan Perfection Perfection is what some people and not necessarily just Christian people strive for all their lives I believe along with Wesley that a Christian can live a perfect life but it does not happen right at salvation but that it is a continual work I believe the order of a Christians walk is salvation justificationsanctification the Baptism of the Holy Spirit and then perfection I plan to prove that Christians can live a perfect life and that it can be achieved before death A person goes to the alter in church and gives their life over to God I believe this is the most exciting thing that can happen in a persons life but what comes after salvation Does all the habits of smoking foul language having premarital sex or drinking just go away I believe that all of the old habits a person has in them are still there but there but God has instilled His power into their lives that they may have the power to overcome it and to get rid of it Let your soul be filled withso entire a love to Him that you may love nothing but for His sake Have a pure intention of heart a steadfast regard to His glory in all your actions Wesley 8 People expect a person to get saved and to become a perfect person just because of one prayer that lasted about five minutes or less but I believe that it is a work that takes years to accomplish in your life I grew up in the Church of God denomination in where we believe in the seperate work of sanctificati on I have always grown up believing that you could live a perfect sinless life I have always wanted to get to that point of where I dont want to sin anymore and that I dont have any real struggle with it because Jesus has filled
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