Spiritual Maturity vs. Spiritual Immaturity
1. Teaching rather than Being taught
2. Developing depth of understanding rather than Struggling with basics.
3. Self-evaluation rather than Self-criticism.
4. Seeking unity by building others up rather than Fostering disunity by tearing others down.
5. Taking on spiritual challenges rather than Seeking spiritual entertainment.
6. Careful study and biblical observations rather than Half-hearted study and human opinions.
7. Active, risk-taking faith rather than Apathetic, play-it-safe caution.
8. Confident hope rather than Fearful doubt.
9. Taking initiative to forgive rather than Waiting on others to ask to be forgiven.
10. Experiences evaluated by God's Word rather than Experiences evaluated according to feelings.
11. Living in the freedom of forgiveness rather than Living in guilt and self-condemnation.
12. The gospel of grace and mercy rather than The law of sin and death.
13. Confronting sin directly in the lives of others rather than Allowing sin to go unchallenged.
14. Believing the best rather than Believing the worst.
15. Passionate zeal rather than Lukewarm complacency.
16. Fulfilling the Great Commission rather than Letting someone else do it.
17. Serving rather than being served.
18. Engaging in personal growth and change rather than repeating the same sinful patterns.
19. Generosity rather than Materialism.
20. Longing to depart and be with Christ rather than Fearing death.
Question: How would you describe the difference between spiritual maturity and spiritual immaturity?