Sunday, February 28, 2010

The Perfect Woman

Does she really exist? As much as we have heard about writing the vision and making it plain so we could have a plan while striving for the goal - what happens when women become perfect or the man finds her?

It is written that we strive for perfection. Does that mean being excessively compulsive? Being obsessive is showing signs of anxiety. The Word tells us to be anxious for nothing; therefore, obsessing over perfection whether that being to get there or to obtain it in a wife would be wrong. So then what are we doing and what is it that a man should be looking for?

It is written for us to seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all of these things shall be added unto you (Matthew 6:33 KJV). That scripture gives us all 3 things to do:
1. The Vision - it is already written and has been made plain.
2. It Prioritizes - what we should be doing first, above all else; which means it is paramount.
3. If we complete the priority everything else is just a matter of asking in prayer.

This sounds easy enough, so why hasn't it been done? Why has it been determined that life is hard (Matthew 11:30 NIV), perfection must not be obtainable, and making an effort to achieve goals is pointless?

Because seeking the Kingdom of God means to let go of the evil, old nature (2 Corinthians 5:17 KJV). You don't lie on your taxes (Proverbs 21:6 AMP). You don't cheat people with what belongs to them (Colossians 4:1 KJV). You don't cut other drivers off the road. You don't allow the first raging thought to come out of your mouth. You don't allow children to raise themselves (Ephesians 6:4 KJV). You don't speak harsh words to your parents (Matthew 5:14 KJV). What you do is keep a civil tongue (Psalms 19:14 KJV), walk in love (Matthew 36:40 AMP), and treat people like you would like to be treated. If this is too hard to do, then your harvest will always be difficult and in the sight of God (2 Timothy 4:3-5 NIV), perfection wasn't even considered.

For a man, the perfect woman is in his own reflection (1 John 4:18 AMP). It is why some women know they are magnets for losers while others always have men of industry gravitating around. Again, if you don't like what you see when looking in a mirror - change and use some faith when you do (2 Corinthians 5:7 KJV).

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