4 categories of maturity

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Maturity expresses the idea of something or someone “having reached the end (or purpose or full measure)” therefore “Complete” or “perfect” (James 1:4; 1 John 4:18). When it is used to describe a person, it can mean “full-grown,” “mature,” or “adult” (1 Cor. 14:20; Eph. 4:13) in contrast to children, or it can mean “perfect” or “Fully developed” in a moral sense (Matt. 19:21; Col. 4:12).[1]

Creation was designed with the purpose to mature. A planted seed is to develop a seed bearing plant. Water evaporates and condenses, to deliver precipitation, to hydrate creation. We read in Luke 2:52 “And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man.” This passage does not imply Jesus ever lacked anything. He was fully God and fully man. This passage highlights Jesus the Son of man, having all the progressive developments such as Psychological, Physiological and…

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  1. Thanks for sharing and connecting. It is a pleasure to meet you.


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