How do you measure spiritual growth?

United States
October 22, 2007 8:20pm CST
How does an individual measure their own spiritual growth? I have been looking at church evaluation forms and one asks congregants how much spiritual growth they have experienced. How do you measure that?
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@uath13 (8204)
• United States
23 Oct 07
I don't know but if you are your missing the point.
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• United States
23 Oct 07
The point is that they ask the congregants to measure something without teaching how to measure it, if it is indeed measurable. How do you measure your spritiual growth?
@uath13 (8204)
• United States
23 Oct 07
Then you did miss the point. Its not to get you to actually try to measure spiritual growth. Its to make you think on how to extend it further. What can you do to lead a better life? Its a twist to make you think, as it odviously did since you remembered it long enough to start a discussion.
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• Philippines
29 Mar 10
Though we cannot have a definite and absolute way of measuring spiritual growth, I learned that we can see one's growth in his life in general. If a person is faithfully attending Church, has a consistent prayer life, bible reading, soul-winning, and giving, I think that the christian is growing. It can also be seen in his life, living a holy life, pleasing to God. I hope that I can reach the level that I have grown in my Christian life.