Have you become disillusioned with someone you have put on a pedestal – that "perfect" one? Maybe it's your spouse, a dear friend, or possibly your pastor?
It hurts when that "pedestal person" suddenly doesn't live up to your expectations. You run that painful gamut of feelings – rejection, embarrassment, anger, self pity – because they didn't live up to your expectations of their perfection.
We live in a people-centered environment and try to put all our predetermined desires on the shoulders of someone we can see and touch. But, did you ever consider that you do them a great disservice by expecting infallibility? They are human and cannot possibly live up to your preconceived level of perfection.
Suddenly, you discover your "perfect" person is human after all, leaving you hurt and disillusioned.
Only One can and should have that place upon your pedestal, and His Name is Jesus. No weak human shoulders can carry your hopes and dreams. Jesus is faithful and must be that pedestal person in your life because it is only in Him that you can completely trust.
God is faithful, by whom you were called into the fellowship of His Son, Jesus Christ our Lord"
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