99.9% percent of the people that I talk to say no one is perfect and you cannot live perfect, and there was only one perfect man. In contrast, the same amount of people believe that it is impossible to live above or apart from sin: however this is what Jesus commands and shows us how to do. Jesus never tells us to strive to do anything, but to enter the narrow gate. If and when we understand what Calvary and the blood of Jesus did and does for us, then, and only then, will you understand perfection.Through the book or powerful Scripture-based teaching, the author explores the New Covenant that God has made with His Children that is founded on the word of God. With spiritual wisdom, biblical excerpts, and engaging study on the covenants in the Bible, Be Ye Perfect: The New Covenant from the word of God will inspire believers to trust in God's ultimate plan of salvation and strengthen their faith in the everlasting God.The author's work throughout the book is organized, with the chapter ordered in a logical ad informative way that offers the reader information in each chapter that builds upon the previous chapter. Also, the author's has provided clear and creative titles for each chapter that effectively reveals the content of the chapters.The author's writing is eloquent, concise, and direct revealing the teaching of the book to the reader through expressive and understandable prose. Within the writing, the author maintains a balanced writer's voice that reflect an authoritative, yet conversational tone. The author's voice is kind and compassionate, motivating the reader to open their heart and mind to receive the author's spiritual wisdom throughout the book. My name is Shelton T. Merriweather, and I live in Montgomery, Alabama. I was born in Greenville, Alabama. Because I have always like going to Pentecostal Churches, I began not to want to party anymore in 1981. I would later get sanctified, saved, and in 1985, filled with the Holy Spirit. When the Lord saved me, I began to read and study the Bible. The Lord revealed to me that because the painter is the last person to finish the job in a new construction, I would cover up other people's flaws like the blood of Jesus covers our sins.