Is Maturity needed? Or just a luxury for those who want to get it?

In Paul’s letter to the people in Corinth, he mentions that they are not yet “mature” and seems disappointed in that. So I was wondering – is it really necessary that we become mature in our faith? Hopefully we grow up in our social interaction and in our ability to handle life as it comes to us. Hopefully we physically mature (although I wouldn’t mind that process slowing a bit!) and do not remain as children too long. And hopefully we advance in our understanding of life, science, economics, and all that other stuff that seems important to adults.
But what does that mean spiritually? What does maturity in faith even look like?
We’ll be discussing that this Sunday. Hope you can come be a part of the conversation!

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