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Irrefutable Characteristics of Spiritually Mature Christians

Growing in Christ

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Maturity is difficult to define, and defining maturity is as tricky as living it. The fifth-grader may be more mature than the first-grader, but does that make the fifth-grader completely mature? Not really.

Can we define what characteristics define the spiritually mature Christian? We can certainly give it…

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Thomas E. McDaniels

Thomas E. McDaniels

Aspiring writer and the guy behind https://thomasmcdaniels.com/ Twitter freak daily at https://twitter.com/ThomasMcDaniels. Social media nerd.

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