No church is perfect. So why does God give us the measurements – so to speak – of the perfect church, knowing full well that the people He is dealing with are far from ideal?
Why does the Office of Weights and Measures maintain a standard of weights and measures?
Well, to quote from their site:
“The Office of Weights and Measures promotes uniformity in U.S. weights and measures laws, regulations, and standards to achieve equity between buyers and sellers in the marketplace. This enhances consumer confidence, enables U.S. businesses to compete fairly at home and abroad, and strengthens the U.S. economy.” (Emphases mine. Source: http://www.nist.gov/pml/wmd/)
Of course, this is an ideal. There are many examples of businesses both small and large cheating, or at least not meeting, the standard. But the standard is there nonetheless to keep people honest and to give everyone as objective a standard as possible to abide by. Continue reading