The Apostle Peter writes, "Whereby are given unto us exceeding great and precious promises: that by these we might be partakers of the divine nature having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust."
Christ is the testator of a more excellent covenant being a living sacrifice. When He offered Himself on the cross for redemption, He opened for us a new and living way through the veil- that is to say His flesh-that we might be restored to His likeness and image. The Apostle Paul, writing to the Galatians, reminded them of the Fruit of the Spirit, ending this thought by pointing out that against these spiritual characteristics there is no law.
Perfection in Christ raises the comer to status beyond ordinary men, characteristically the new creation reality or the new man in Christ is above the laws of nature, the laws of physical and spiritual infirmity and certainly the spirit of wealth. As we mature in Christ and become transparent, our restored image and likeness will begin to shine through us. Miracles will be manifested through us. Perfection is attainable in Christ, which will restore the authority and dominion lost through the fall of Adam.