Excerpt from Some Who Led: Or Fathers in the Church of the Brethren Who Have Passed Over
The plea of human limitation is entered. We have writ ten of the good that men have accomplished in the world, and have had in mind things that are true, honest, just, pure, lovely and of good report, with virtue and praise. All men have their weaknesses. Human perfection is not absolute. The only Man who ever lived in this world and never made a mistake and was without sin was our Lord Jesus Christ. We can only approximate the Perfect Ideal.
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