Some say that the body of Christ is the most glorious dysfunctional family on earth. God’s people are perfectly redeemed, yet they dwell in imperfect bodies that have been corrupted by sin. Paul addressed this dysfunction in his letter to the Corinthians. He told them that he was praying for their perfection, or, more accurately, their progressive maturity in the Lord. Please open your Bible to Second Corinthians chapter thirteen, and listen as Pastor Ray Viola begins his study of verses seven through fourteen.