Be perfect

The life of Steve Jobs has been written by Walter Isaacson. He is considered as one of the great innovators who integrated creativity and technology; an ultimate icon of sustained innovation. All his products were considered perfect. Steve Job’s father taught him to craft the backs of cabinets and fences properly even though they were hidden. This value he brought to all his Apple products. The unseen parts inside should also be perfect, not just the exteriors. Sadly, Steve could not look inside his soul, neglected his spiritual life, and died without hope of eternity.
God is perfect: Lord Jesus Christ taught that God is perfect, and he requires people to be perfect. (Matthew 5:48) There are some who think of God as a Highly Evolved Soul, that is, he was like humans but through penance (tapasya) has become God. God is a self-existent God: ‘I AM WHO I AM’ (Exodus 3:14) The perfect, holy and righteous God created human in His own Image. The disobedience of Adam and Eve brought sin into this world and human misery. Sinners are reconciled with God, through Lord Jesus Christ.
Strive: Paul writes that he has not accomplished the purpose for which Lord had called him. But he aspires, strives, and proceeds towards that heavenly goal. (Philippians 3:14-16)
Mirror of soul: There is a need for introspection of our inner being. Steve Jobs was interested in making perfect products but did not think he should be and could become perfect. James writes that the Word of God is like a mirror (CT scan in modern terms) that shows the inner sinful status of a person. (James 1:23)
Impossible command? There are some who think it is impossible to become perfect. However, when the Lord commands, he will not ask us to do something that is impossible.
Spiritual grooming: While people strive to be beautiful or handsome by doing external grooming, spiritual grooming is neglected. Having a personal relationship with Lord Jesus Christ, studying the Scripture and being sensitive to the Holy Spirit will make a person perfect.
Do I strive towards spiritual perfection?