God’s creation already perfect

April 17, 2023 | 25 comments

If you’re ever tempted to believe you are an imperfect mortal working up to something better, you might re-examine the premise of your thinking, and work out from God’s perfect creation instead.

God’s creation is perfect. It’s intelligent, sound, whole and ideal. This is your reality as a child of God.

Imperfection is ignorance of perfection. Improvement in the human experience occurs as understanding of reality grows. But the underlying reality is always perfect.

It’s like a youngster drawing a wobbly circle on a piece of paper and saying, “There’s a circle!” To the trained eye that knows a true circle is perfectly round, they may commend the young drawer’s effort, but draw a perfect circle next to it and say, “You’re close, but here’s what a real circle looks like.”

The better we understand the ideal that God created, the faster we rise to it.

In Truth, you are not a mortal in progression. You are an immortal in perfection.

Hold to the ideal! See it clearly and love it with your whole heart. You’ll demonstrate it quicker.

25 thoughts on “God’s creation already perfect”

    1. Dear Ken, I cannot open the poem! Am sure there is a solution to it!
      Looking forward to your lovely poem!

      1. Thank you very much Rh and Ken. It’s a lovely Poem!♡

        Dear Evan, I am very very happy and thankful you affirm this great Truth for us, to be real and true n o w! Also Mrs. Eddy admonishes us to see us already now and here as God’s perfect idea, the perfect man!♡

  1. Yes, that statement that I am “an immortal in perfection” really hit the mark in my thought! Thanks Evan

  2. Classic quotable quotes:

    “Imperfection is ignorance of perfection”

    “you are not a mortal in progression.
    You are an immortal in perfection”

    Truly you are receiving direct inspiration, Evan.
    So, so appreciated.
    Thank you.

  3. I think I’ve sometimes said on this blog that we are all on a spiritual journey…so
    Your words today Evan ‘ in Truth you not a mortal in progression , but an immortal in perfection ‘ just take me to another level…much needed and heeded!
    Thank you for jump starting me!
    Plus your poem is so beautiful Ken. I’m so grateful for Spirit View❣️

  4. What a lovely theme of perfect creation! I had once read as a different angle of
    Evan’s child with the circle analogy, (a great analogy, btw ~ thank you) …
    where “creativity” can be suppressed, sadly, if I child’s imagination is thwarted
    by forcing one to stay within the lines too much, so to speak, which keeps
    them from thinking creatively. Just another way of looking at it.

    Your poem and photo are beautiful, Ken! Thank you for sharing.

    I would like to share a poem:

    It Was a Bluebird Kind of Day

    It was a bluebird kind of day
    Where serenity floated
    Through the clouds
    With thoughts chasing
    Beaming up with the rays
    Of the sun lingering
    With an ever-presence of
    Peaceful harmony
    Trailed in a stream of melodic
    Persuasions that tagged along
    And sailed with the seagulls
    Resting in the sea of tranquility.

    … I hope you all have a bluebird kind of day today. : )

  5. “…there is no room for imperfection in perfection”.
    Mrs. Eddy’s whole citation:
    Under divine Providence there can be no accidents, since there is no room for imperfection in perfection.
    (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy, p. 424:10)

    Thank you, always, Evan and all!!

  6. Evan, your eloquent statement “In Truth you are not a mortal in progression. You are an immortal in perfection” reminds me of a favorite Bible verse….I Corinthians 13, 9 – 12. “For we know in part, and we prophesy in part. But when that which is perfect is come, then that which is in part shall be done away. When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things. For now we see through a glass darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.”
    Thank you for your daily encouragement to keep the perfect spiritual model foremost in thought.

    1. Dear “J”, thank you very very much for this wonderful article by Judy Wolff about our divinely bestowed perfection!♡

    1. Thank you very much, Lindajane, for another utmost clear article about our divine perfection, now! And thank you RH to make it readable for us all!

      This SpiritView Blog is such a lively, inspiring and healing well of ideas coming right from our loving, living Father-Mother God! Thank you deeply dear Evan!! 🙂

  7. Thank you Evan. Thank you all. To those who share articles related to the theme of the day, a special thank you.
    The bible says , Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free.
    Knowing the truth means knowing God, knowing God is knowing our perfect self.
    We read in Genesis that God made man in His image and likeness..
    In Science and Health we read, 294::27 God created man.
    It is clear that man is perfect.

    1. Thank you Grace. You’ve make a good, simple and clear case that proves without doubt that God’s man (woman, man, child, all creation) is presently perfect.

      Thank you Evan and everyone for great shares today, I am grateful. It’s so good to be reminded of our Truth when there is so much “out there” that that can tempt us to be misled and distracted.

      Love to all.

  8. Thanks to all for your comments and a very special thanks to those who contribute alternate links to articles for those without JSH-Online. I have subscribed for years and have just recently had a problem and until it is resolved, I no longer have an active subscription. So again, THANKS!!!

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