“Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven…”
We know these words even if someone would ask us in our sleep, yet when the outward pressure collides with what we know then we become insecure and uncertain. The circumstances around us are the imperfection of this worldly system, but if we allow then God’s life in us which is perfect will act in mighty way and will supersede the imperfect around us.
Basically, when the Bible speaks of being perfect, the emphasis is actually on being mature. Maturity is a state or condition from where we act upon all of God’s standards. Being free from ourselves is the greatest truth we can experience in our lives here. Understanding this powerful truth that we are so loved and beloved gives freedom to the body and soul. When understanding about the true freedom is lacking, then the body suffers. The truth of God liberates us from the momentary reality.
The glory of the living God over us seals His presence and that is His purpose in the church..”Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven” has been made possible with the open wide opportunity to explore the heaven! God’s glory over the Church makes the church itself to be the destiny for the world. And God’s grace enables us to be the reflection of God Himself. And then in freedom comes power to act in faith.