Maturity Can be Measured

Episode 26 December 17, 2021 00:25:04
Knowing & Doing
Maturity Can be Measured

Show Notes

The biblical writers frequently draw parallels between physical and spiritual life, and in many cases the parallels are close. The physical maturity of a child can be measured with the aid of a tape measure and scales; the child’s intellectual development can be gauged by examinations and tests. Likewise our own growth in maturity can be measured. J. Oswald Sanders shows us how Maturity Can Be Measured.

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