Jesus has not always been "perfectly"!
Picture of my wife Berit Nyland Christensen who is the warmest believers I know. A heart for other people who are as big as a pyramid!
File. 3. 12 I do not mean that I have already obtained all this, or everything is perfect, but I press on toward it to seize it, because I am apprehended of Christ Jesus. 13 My brothers and sisters, I do not think about myself that I have apprehended. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, 14 I press toward the mark for the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus. 15 Let us think so, although we have reached maturity. And if you look differently at something, God will give you clarity also in it. 16 Let's just so far we have come, continue on the same track!
There are several types of perfection. We are perfect in Christ by believing in him. We are mature as believers so far we have come in our sanctification. And one day when we shall see Jesus as he is and be like Him, we shall be fully perfected.
I believe that Jesus also has had a "development" which he received the lessons and was taught by his father - God. This speaks font on many people, and in fact the day we come home to heaven, we will also "go" on with God. It will not be "perfect", but we will never be able to fall into sin.
This required course many scriptures to substantiate my claims here. But do try to take some.
Word. 8. 30 I was builder with him. I was happy for him day after day and played steadily for his face. 31 I was playing on his earth and rejoiced with the people.
It says about Jesus that he was the builder and played for God the Father's face. In other words, here we meet Father and son where the Son is in the process of "maturing".
The basic text in Hebrew are following here: that Jesus was at the Father's side and were trained. Moreover, he was the joy for him. And this "life" pleases God the Father (freely translated). In other words, that Jesus went to "learn" by His Father was God faders large comfortable.
In other words, Jesus had a "productive" development where he looked more and more like his father, in the end, he was just like him.
The same will happen to us, the day we stand before Jesus. We shall be his equal in obtaining a glorious body, but it will also continue a "productive" development when we will get the answers to everything.
We have many scriptures on, here are some:
1 Cor. 13. 12 Now we see through a glass, darkly;
then we shall see face to face.
Now I understand piecemeal,
then I shall know fully, as God knows me completely.
Joh. Obvious. 21. 7 He who overcomes will get this heritage, and I will be his God and he shall be my son.
I only have an easy way through some article highlighted that Jesus is born, created, shaped and formed by his Father - Yahweh - God.
Trinity believes that Jesus has been forever, so that Yahweh. But it does not say Scripture. So get a choose one yourself, to believe in, what God's word says, or what the Trinity says and teaches. Now I do not think that these heresies in the great and the whole thing will repent, unfortunately. But there will probably come a day for those of us that we are confronted election. And there are many or few who believe in this that I teach, so always let God's word be crucial for what you think and believe. Nothing else!