Ephesians 4:11-13(NET) Until we all attain to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God – a mature person, attaining to the measure of Christ’s full stature.

I remember how me and my siblings used to quarrel and fight when I was a child. This didn’t mean we weren’t siblings who love each other, the strife and fights happened simply because we were children.

As adults, I don’t remember when last we fought or even had a quarrel. Maturity has brought respect and unity among us. We may have certain disagreements and sometimes see certain things differently, but this doesn’t mean we would be in a state of disunity.

One of the ways you will know that you are growing spiritually is when you begin to develop a more open heart and mind to other believers in Christ who do not belong to your denomination or Church. If you truly know the Lord Jesus, you will not be a judgmental and condemnatory person.

Even though all Christians will not be in the same denomination, all Christians can grow into spiritual maturity. And a sign of this is unity. This unity comes because of our common faith in the Lord Jesus.

Go into today determined to put away spiritual childishness by removing every tendency in your heart to be judgmental. But rather, seek to show the love of Christ and project the substance of His doctrine through your life of Love.

Prayer: Thank the Lord for facilitating your spiritual growth.

Ask the Lord to open you to know Him more and more.
—Abraham Damilola Arigi

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