30 Characters Of A Mature Christian

1. A mature Christian recognizes that it is of God who shows mercy and grace, and he or she is always grateful for whatever is provided and arranged.

2. A mature Christian walks by faith, by trusting the inner leadings in spirit rather than the reasoning of the mind or outward signs.

3. A mature Christian constantly finds the Lord’s presence in his or her spirit, the hiding place of the most High. (The tabernacle tour)

4. A mature Christian stretches his or her root deep, directly drawing joy and supply from the Lord Himself.

5. A mature Christian keeps a clean conscience toward God and men by frequent confession.

6. A mature Christian has a pure heart only toward the Lord, desiring nothing other than Himself.

7. A mature Christian vigilantly and faithfully waits for the Lord’s return.

8. A mature Christian doesn’t seek glory for himself or herself, or expect praise from other people.

9. A mature Christian doesn’t love or protect the soul life, self, or natural man.

10. A mature Christian continues to empty his or her prejudice or knowledge gained from prior experiences.

11. A mature Christian is one without respect of persons, not judging people by their background, race, or social status.

12. A mature Christian never judges or condemn his or her brothers and sisters, always forgiving and never stumbling.

13. A mature Christian interprets the Lord’s leading in situations while not being effected by them.

14. A mature Christian always rejoices, not easily provoked by external factors or stirred up emotionally.

15. A mature Christian knows that the single most effective way to get things accomplished is prayer.

16. A mature Christian is always genuine and spontaneous, not trying to play roles or pretend to be godly.

17. A mature Christian expresses the Lord through his or her human virtues and love toward others.

18. A mature Christian loves, cares and acts for others’ spiritual growth.

19. A mature Christian is forbearing and accommodating to all people and conditions.

20. A mature Christian doesn’t poise him or herself as authority, or demand in a religious or doctrinal way but in the way of life.

21. A mature Christian genuinely feel happy for and satisfied with others’ successes and progresses, not feeling envy of them.

22. A mature Christian is empathetic and merciful toward others’ sufferings, able to touch and mourn with the suffering ones.

23. A mature Christian is quite ordinary, not appearing to be outstanding or special.

24. A mature Christian is not cynical and is one who manages his or her mouth well, never complaining or murmuring.

25. A mature Christian can properly probe and weight others’ spiritual condition and health by his or her own spirit.

26. A mature Christian knows the difference between service by natural effort and by the Lord’s grace and provision.

27. A mature Christian preaches the gospel by his or her living, and bears many fruits organically.

28. A mature Christian fellowships, builds up, and coordinates with various people, especially with his or her peers, able to both lead or submit properly within his or her measure in the body.

29. A mature Christian practices one accord or even one soul, knowing how to think the same thing and have the same mind.

30. Lastly, a mature Christian follows the greatest and first commandment, a commandment to love the Lord with the whole heart and with the whole soul and with the whole mind, and the second greatest commandment to love his or her neighbors as him or herself.


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