How do our relationships indicate our level of spiritual maturity? Does it change during various periods of our lives? If so, how does it change?

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      Cory
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      I often find myself slipping being around certain people I work with. I’m with them all day, so avoiding them isn’t possible. It’s does affect me spiritually.

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      Larissa
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      I think when you look at the circle of people you surround yourself with and look at their age, walk of life, walk of faith, and experience, you can get a clearer picture of your spiritual maturity. I believe it can definitely change throughout your life. For example, when I was a young mother, my circle of friends was more narrow whereas now I have a larger group of people. But the size of the social group doesn’t reflect your spiritual maturity as much as your connection to specific people.

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      Brennan
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      Our relationships can often near where we are at in life. It is said that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. So if I relationships are only outside of the Christian faith it will be challenging for us to walk the way Jesus wants us to.

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      Our Daily Bread
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