Fourth book of the collection The Most Extraordinary Man of All History:
In this publication, two arduous and complex themes are analyzed, which were masterfully considered by the Lord: a) the human suffering, and b) the perfection.
On the one hand, suffering is an undeniable condition of the human life and on the other hand, perfection is an innate aspiration of the human being, which is related to Grace.
Jesus taught us that as imperfect, unjust and sinful human beings, we can´t be as perfect as God (not even reach or understand Him), rather, we must trust in Christ and obtain the Grace, in order to complement what we can´t achieve, and in this way, lead an exemplary and satisfactory life of service to others and to the Lord, whose final destiny is to serve God for all eternity.
Even Christianity’s focus on human suffering and perfection (as expounded in the Sermon on the Mount) is sensational and far surpasses any of the imperfect solutions proposed by human beings (which include New Age ideas and conceptions of modern superheroes).